- LIVING CITIES - Conference in Tallin (3 - 5 December) - you can still register!
- Blog by Professor Emeritus at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland - Cliff Hague
- New transnational initiatives launched - Baltic Sea Region program
- What can be done between Lithuania and Norway for youth entrepreneurship?
3 - 5 December
IC network is
organizing an annual conference Living Cities – how to create living cities and communities?
“How do you know if the city is a living city? – You can simply feel it!”
(M.F.Gee -expert in IC Network)
The challenge is to make the city be this way. IC network members and others interested will meet in Tallinn 3
– 5 December to learn how to create attractive, competitive, sustainable and living cities where people are
eager to live !
Cliff Hague is
Professor Emeritus at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland. He works as a freelance consultant and researcher. He is well
known as a former president and current secretary general of the Commonwealth Association of Planners, and he is
representing UK within the
ESPON. He is also a member of the IC network. Professor Hague has worked as an expert within the Innovation
Circle Network from the very beginning. He has been a key note speaker at conferences and workshops about themes like
territorial planning, innovation and new governance. "Cliff's Blogg" will comment on hot topics and is
relevant to everybody who cares about territorial development, innovation and regional politics and progression in
Europe. Enjoy your reading !
24 project approved by the BSR Programme 2007-2013
Monitoring Committee of the BSR
Programme approved 24 projects out of 110 applications during the meeting in Copenhagen 24th October. Around 66.1
Million Euro or 29.8 % of the total available EU/Norwegian programme co-financing was allocated. The approved projects
involve around 443 project partners from 11 countries in the Baltic Sea area.
4 - 7 November, Alytus
A seminar organized by the
Department of Youth Affairs at the Ministry of Social Security of Labor in Lithuania took part in Alytus this week.
Nordland County of Norway was taking part as the main partner. The seminar gathered very various people coming from
governmental and non-governmental sectors, different level education institutions and youth.