The following publication includes pieces written by the graduates of the Solidarity Academy – Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue 2016, an international project aimed at inspiring and supporting young aspiring journalists across Europe. This year’s edition was a joint collaboration between the Council of the Baltic Sea States (and supported by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk, therefore, the participants have taken on topics related to the different facets of the region and its diverse social, cultural and political makeup. Access the publication.
The Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue project is further a flagship of the EUSBSR Horizontal Action Neighbours and was conceptualised by the CBSS and the Körber Foundation Germany. The project is part of an initiative of German Foreign Office, using youth cooperation as means to conflict resolution. read more about the Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue here.