Ambassador of Sweden to Finland Anders Ahnlid visited Turku on Finnish Swedish Heritage Day 6.11.2018. He gave a speech in a luncheon seminar organized by Centrum Balticum Foundation and City of Turku. Theme of the seminar was the defence cooperation between Sweden and Finland in the Baltic Sea region. After the seminar Ahnlid also gave a lecture hosted by Pan European Institute at Turku School of Economics.
What happens to the regional cooperation in the times of political tensions and disagreements? What is the role of soft-law organisations like Council of the Baltic Sea States in fostering peaceful multilevel cooperation? How to adapt to the changing circumstances and continue cooperation, despite political tensions? This and other topics will be brought to discussion during the half-day seminar “The Future of Baltic Sea region cooperation” organized by BALEX in cooperation with HA Neighbours.
Eco-efficiency and digitalisation in the maritime industry in the Baltic Sea region will be at the focal point in a seminar organised by ECOPRODIGI project on 20 November 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Baltic Area Legal Studies BALEX will organise a half-day seminar on 23 November 2018 in Turku, Finland. The event is organised in cooperation with EUSBSR HA Neighbours.
Baltic Area Legal Studies BALEX will organise a half-day conference on 23 November 2018 at 2PM-6PM, in Turku, Finland. The event is organised in cooperation with EUSBSR HA Neighbours.
Centrum Balticum is involved in Clean Shipping Project Platform (CSHIPP) that has been approved for funding by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme on 6 June 2018. In CSHIPP seven EU-funded projects dealing with clean shipping in the Baltic Sea region cooperate to maximize the influence of their results. Centrum Balticum is one of partners and is in charge of the platform’s communications. The partnership is led by University of Turku.
Centrum Balticum / Baltic Area Legal Studies BALEX together with Vahanen Environment Oy has assesed in a study, commissioned by the Ministry of the Environment of Finland, potential measures that could be used to mitigate and manage the internal nutrient reserves in the Baltic Sea.
Centrum Balticum Foundation’s 11th Baltic Sea Region Forum, organised at Turku School of Economics on May 14 2018, gathered over 200 experts from the fields of politics, science and economics. The Forum was opened by Centrum Balticum’s Director Kari Liuhto, Mayor of Turku Minna Arve and Managing Director of Turku Chamber of Commerce Kaisa Leiwo.