Published December 2003 by Ashgate Publishing .
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|Contributions||Norbert Gotz (Editor), Jorg Hackmann (Editor)|
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TOWARDS CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE BALTIC REGION Aim of the lecture: The aim of the lecture is to define, analyze and discuss the role of the civil society in the Baltic Sea Region underlining the most important periods of historical development.
Lecture description: This lecture will examine the state of “civil society” in the Baltic Sea Region. ItAuthor: Tomasz Błaszczak, Giedrius Janauskas, Linas Venclauskas. Hauptbeschreibung How, and why, does a cross-border regional civil society come into existence.
This book sets out to explore the phenomenon of transnationalization and regionalization of Civil Society in the Baltic Sea Region book society through a case study of cross-border NGO cooperation in. Civil Society in the Baltic Sea Region. This book has a detailed chapter about the historical context in Russia of obshchestvennost, and how its definition evolved over time.
This is important for understanding what it meant in revolutionary Russia. The Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference (BSPC) was established in as a forum for political dialogue between parliamentarians from the Baltic Sea Region. BSPC aims at raising awareness and opinion on issues of current political interest and relevance for the Baltic Sea Region.
It promotes and drives various initiatives and efforts to support a sustainable environmental. Interreg and the Baltic civil society The Polish Presidency of the Council of the Baltic Sea States gave occasion for yet another gathering of like-minded people living in the Baltic Sea Region.
This time, the pan-Baltic exchange was revolving around non-governmental organisations. Political culture in the Baltic Sea Region and in Eastern Europe.
Walter Rothholz. Aland-Verlag, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What 20th century activity Albanian attitudes Balkan Baltic Baltic Sea became behaviour Berisha Christian citizens civil religion civil society communist concept conflict constitution.
Denotation. Depending on the context the Baltic region might stand for. The countries that have shorelines along the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Sweden.
The group of countries presently referred to by the shorthand Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.; Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia. The author also compares the Veterans with fascist movements in neighbouring countries, and concludes that, despite similarities, the Veterans differed from the fascists in fundamental respects.
By using formerly unobtainable archival records this study fills a considerable gap in the literature on the Baltic states, and it should be of special interest to. Read this book on Questia. Trust and Civil Society offers an original and accessible analysis of the meaning of "trust" in a range of critical contexts: voluntary organizations, faith associations, the economy, the state and welfare, environmental issues, and charity.
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Details *. The Baltic: A new history of the region and its people (New York: Overlook Press, ; published in London with the title Northern shores: a history of the Baltic Sea and its peoples (John Murray, ). Šleivyte, Janina ().
Russia's European Agenda and the Baltic States. London: Routledge. ISBN Vilkauskaite, Dovile ies: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. 5 We call on all actors in the Baltic Sea Region — countries and stakeholders, including civil society, young people, business, education, regional and local authorities — to take the “bold and transformative steps” towards sustainable development, which are urgently needed, so that we may achieve this vision by This map may be used or modified for communication activities by third parties to promote or illustrate Interreg, its projects or other topics related to the Baltic Sea region and its territorial development.
When using the map, please state "Source: Interreg Baltic. The Council of the Baltic Sea States’ organisational framework is based on the Terms of Reference accepted by the Foreign Ministers of the participating states.
The work of the Council is based also on the principles laid down in the UN Charter, as well as in the Helsinki Final Act, the Charter of Paris and other OSCE documents.
The co-operation model is of a traditional. The Baltic Sea Region is almost a ‘no-corporal-punishment zone’ for children as 10 out of the 11 countries in the region have prohibited corporal punishment in all settings. Sweden was the first country in the world to enact a legal ban in ; Finland (), Norway (), Denmark (), Latvia (), Germany (), Iceland ( 12// HIV/AIDS in the Baltic Sea Region, Meeting supported by the governments of Finland and the United States and UNAIDS, Helsinki, Finland Other State Department Archive Sites The State Department web site below is a permanent electronic archive of information released online from January 1, to Janu This website addresses the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region EUSBSR.
The main information to be found relates to Priority Areas and Horizontal Actions, available funding sources and the roles of the different bodies involved. News, events, photos and videos are also a key part of the EUSBSR website.
The Baltic Sea Region. In line with the commitments of the World Science Day for Peace and Development, the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) took a joint action on its own to promote science.
The CBSS is also going to actively participate in this year’s Day celebration by participating in debates of the Baltic Science Network (BSN). Expert Group. Cooperation on children at risk in the Baltic Sea region began in and was included as part of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) in The CBSS Expert Group on Children at Risk is a platform of exchange for officials and professionals working to.
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Arctic bowhead whale songs Atlantic baltic sea region Biodiversity Civil society climate Data Dunes Economy Ecosystems Energy Erosion. (English) In: Civil society in the Baltic Sea Region / [ed] Norbert Götz and Jörg Hackmann, Aldershot: Ashgate,p. Chapter in book (Other academic) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Aldershot: Ashgate, p.
National Category History Identifiers. The year marked the hundredth anniversary of the the independence of the three Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
Sincethe three nations suffered triply by brutal occupations: first by the Soviet Union, then by Nazi Germany, followed by the Soviet Union again.
Despite these hardships, the three small nations endured, gaining [ ]. See more of Social Entrepreneurship Support Network of the Baltic Sea Region on Facebook. Log In. Create New Account. See more of Social Entrepreneurship Support Network of the Baltic Sea Region on Facebook.
Log In. Forgot account. Create New Account. Not Now. Related Pages. InnoFrugal. Nonprofit Organization. It is worth mentioning the attractiveness of the Baltic region for projects of Russian NGOs in the area of civil society, education and academic communications.
Geographical closeness and the fact that Russia is a part of and economically active player in the Baltic region allows building partnerships based on the practical interests of the Author: Elias Kallio. This book’s high points are that is it seems like a fairly complete reference guide to the history of the Baltic region, that it systematically treats the Baltic region as a single entity based on its relationship to the Baltic Sea, and that it develops the narrative of the historical, legal, and economic interconnectivity of the peoples /5.
Conference on the Baltic Sea Region Published 11 June More than policymakers, researchers and practitioners will gather in Stockholm at Fotografiska on June 11–12 for the international conference addressing the complexity of societal security challenges in. Environmental governance in the Baltic Sea Region and the role of non-governmental actors Article (PDF Available) in Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Physical features Physiography. The Baltic Sea is a shrunken remnant of the water-covered region that emerged as the melting Scandinavian ice sheet retreated toward the Arctic at the end of the Pleistocene Epoch 14, years ago, ice covered all of northern Europe as far south as the present German-Polish coastline; by bc glacial meltwater had formed.
Interreg Baltic Sea Region has been supporting several initiatives which trigger the exchange of good practices across borders to improve various aspects of the health care systems in the Baltic Sea region.
They could be of help to local and regional authorities when overcoming short and long-term consequences of the current crisis. The Baltic Region in this class is defined as the Baltic Sea Region and its relation to the neighboring countries.
Eric P. Kaufmann, focusing on dominant ethnicity, represents the State’s transformations and participation in the formational process of civil society.
The Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) is a regional intergovernmental organisation working on three priority areas: Regional Identity, Safe & Secure Region and Sustainable & Prosperous three priority areas aim to address the themes of environment, economic development, entrepreneurship, education, culture, civil security, children's rights and Headquarters: Stockholm, Sweden.
Fortunately, the Baltic Sea Region includes some of the world’s most innovative countries. From Denmark to Finland, the Region possesses a breadth of experience in facilitating policy co-ordination, adjusting policy to local conditions and involving business and civil society in shaping policy measures.
The international conference, with the main focus on introducing civil safety in education and the promotion of community awareness of safety in the Baltic Sea region, will include experts from the United Kingdom, Germany, Estonia, United Nations, Sweden and Latvia who will identify joint challenges and agree on potential solutions for.The Baltic Sea region has emerged as a model for other parts of Europe and Eurasia, and can help to extend the benefits of freedom and civil society even further afield to .(Politics and Society in the Baltic Sea Region, Vol.
1) ISBN According to the author, senior lecturer Anne Kaun at Södertörn University in Stockholm, the aim of this monograph is to analyze individual civic experiences by placing them in the Estonian sociopolitical and economic context.
Through the task of.