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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: .. Gdańsk.. Sport.. RowerowyGdańsk.. Kąpieliska.. Bursztyn.. GOKF.. UBC.. BIP.. Szanowni Państwo, nasze serwisy internetowe wykorzystują pliki cookies, aby spełniać lepiej Państwa oczekiwania.. Zapisywanie plików cookies można zablokować zmieniając ustawienia przeglądarki.. Szczegółowe informacje dotyczące.. cookies ».. Close.. Contact list.. |.. Links.. Site map.. Menu.. Main Page.. Organisation.. Member Cities.. UBC Events.. Commissions.. Documentation Centre.. Publications.. Gallery.. Funding.. Links to other organisations/EU.. Contact.. Union of the Baltic Cities.. Secretariat.. Wały Jagiellońskie 1.. 80-853 Gdańsk Poland.. tel.. +48 58 301 09 17.. +48 58 301 91 23.. fax +48 58 301 76 37.. Contact us.. WELCOME TO THE UBC WEBSERVICE.. Union of the Baltic Cities is a voluntary, proactive network mobilizing the shared potential of over 100 member cities for democratic, economic, social, cultural and environmentally sustainable development of the Baltic Sea Region.. Its aims and goals are stated in the.. UBC Statute.. and.. UBC Strategy.. For more information on the UBC structure and activities contact the.. UBC Secretariat.. Union of the Baltic Cities has over 100 member cities in all ten countries surrounding the Baltic Sea.. Here you can see the UBC network on the map.. The  ...   in the Baltic Sea Region.. Joint position on the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.. More.. Partner Search.. Invitation to the South Baltic Annual Conference 2013.. Job vacancy at Northern Dimension Partnership on Culture.. Call for applications for Balticlab 2.. 0.. Youth Social Entrepreneurship around the BSR.. Social Clauses in Public Procurement.. News.. Invitation to Task Force on Youth Employment and Well-being.. UBC Member Cities Events Calendar 2014 on-line.. New Baltic Cities Bulletin 'How to develop and keep an attractive city'.. Upcoming events.. Baltic Urban Forum project preparatory meeting.. 20 January, Tartu.. 69th Meeting of the Executive Board of the Union of the Baltic Cities.. 17-19 March, Tampere.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Local Safety.. April/May, Gdańsk.. Baltic Cities Bulletin.. How to develop and keep an attractive city.. UBC Today.. News from the Member Cities.. On-line.. PDF.. Events Calendar 2013.. Over 700 cultural, business, sport events.. Contact details to organisers, websites.. Tips for more convenient travel.. More publications.. EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.. Copyright Union of the Baltic Cities City Hall of Gdańsk.. Chancellery of the President Multimedia Department..

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  • Title: Contact information - Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Contact information.. Here is the index page of the contact list for UBC.. The information is constantly updated and is also stated at each individual member city page.. There are 2 options to retrieve the contact list:.. You can download the whole contact list as a Word document to your computer.. If you are looking for a special city, you can get the information by using the links beneath each country.. I want to download the complete contact list as a Word document.. (237 KB).. Aalborg.. Køge.. Vordingborg.. Aarhus.. Kolding.. Guldborgsund.. Næstved.. Elva.. Hiiu.. Narva.. Rakvere.. Viljandi.. Haapsalu..  ...   Turku.. Kemi.. Pori.. Vaasa.. Greifswald.. Rostock.. Kiel.. Wismar.. Lübeck.. Cēsis.. Jurmala.. Tukums.. Jēkabpils.. Liepāja.. Jelgava.. Riga.. Gargzdai.. Palanga.. Vilnius.. Kaunas.. Panevėžys.. Klaipėda.. Š.. iauliai.. Bergen.. Kristiansand.. Arendal.. Chojnice.. Koszalin.. Mielno.. Słupsk.. Elbląg.. Krynica Morska.. Międzyzdroje.. Sopot.. Łeba.. Pruszcz Gdański.. Szczecin.. Gdynia.. Malbork.. Reda.. Ustka.. Kaliningrad.. St.. Petersburg.. Botkyrka.. Kristianstad.. Oskarshamn.. Umeå.. Falun.. Linköping.. Västervik.. Gävle.. Luleå.. Robertsfors.. Växjö.. Halmstad.. Malmö.. Söderhamn.. Visby.. Kalmar.. Nacka.. Sundsvall.. Karlskrona.. Norrtälje.. Tierp.. Karlstad.. Örebro.. Trelleborg.. Last modified: 03.. 12.. 2013 10:48.. Member countries.. Number of inhabitants.. List of homepages.. Twin cities.. Local elections.. Representations in Brussels.. List of UBC members.. Public holidays..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Links to networks and organisations.. Here you can find links to Baltic and European organisations and networks.. Council of the Baltic Sea States.. (CBSS).. CBSS is an informal co-operation organ for the foreign ministers of member countries and the European Commission.. It was established in March 1992 and its members include Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden and the European Commission.. The underlying idea is to create a forum for the cooperation between the countries around the Baltic Sea and to achieve a genuinely democratic development in the Baltic Sea region and greater unity between the member countries and also to secure a favourable economic development.. Increased cooperation to improve the environment in the region is an important element.. http://www.. cbss.. org.. Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference.. (BSPC).. According to its objectives BSPC shall aim at strenghtening the common identity of the Baltic Sea Region by close co-operation between national and regional parliaments.. BSPC shall initiate and guide political activities in the region and further regional co-operation especially towards the Council of Baltic Sea States.. The Parliamentary Conference shall be a forum for debate and information exchange between Parliaments and other organisations in the region both on international and interregional levels.. bspc.. net.. Conference of European Cross-Border and Interregional City Networks.. (CECICN).. This new organisation had been established on 23 April 2010 in Santiago de Compostela.. CECICN was established by six organisations: Iberian Network of Cross-border Entities (RIET), Forum of Adriatic and Ionian Cities, MedCities, Mission Operationelle Transfrontaliere, Union of the Baltic Cities, Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities (C.. A.. C.. ).. The main aim of the new network is to get prepared for the period 2014+ in the EU and to provide cities, border-regions and interregional territories.. • with a stronger voice and higher visibility in the context of the cohesion policies at an European scale.. • to stimulate cross-border and interregional cooperation.. • to foster the consolidation process of the EU.. www.. cecicn.. eu.. Baltic Sea States Subregional Cooperation.. (BSSSC).. The BSSSC claims to be the main political organisation for the decentralised authorities (subregions) in the Baltic Sea Region.. Their role is to act as the umbrella organisation for many of the organisations in the Baltic Sea Area in regard to the national and European level, and to be a market place for exchange of experience and the creation of new partnerships.. bsssc.. com/.. Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe.. (CPMR).. CPMR unites 124 Regions, from 16 countries of the continent, organised in 5 Geographical Commissions representing the Islands, the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the Atlantic Arc and the Mediterranean.. Altogether these Regions cover an area more than 50% of the total surface area of the European Union, and represent nearly 40% of its population.. http://.. cpmr.. Helsinki Commission.. Helsinki Commission of 1974, issued to protect the marine environment of the Baltic Sea, was the first international agreement to cover all sources of pollution, both from land and from ships as well as airborne.. The governing body of the Convention is the Helsinki Commission - Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - also known as HELCOM.. The present contracting parties to HELCOM are Denmark, Estonia, European Community, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Sweden.. helcom.. fi/.. Agenda 21 for the Baltic Sea Region - Baltic 21.. Agenda 21 for the Baltic Sea Region - Baltic 21 - was adopted by the Foreign Ministers at the Council of the Baltic Sea States Meeting in June 22-23, 1998.. The Agenda is set up as an action plan for sustainable development in the region.. It is worked out jointly by a partnership of nations, international organisations, business, NGO's and international financial institutes.. baltic21.. org/.. Baltic Metropoles Network (BaltMet).. Baltic Metropoles Network (BaltMet) represents a forum for capitals and large metropolitan cities around the Baltic Sea.. It brings together the cities of Berlin, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Malmö, Oslo, Riga, Stockholm, St.. Petersburg, Tallinn, Vilnius and Warsaw.. The main goal of the network is to promote innovativeness and competitiveness in the Baltic Sea Region by engaging cities, as well as academic and business partners, into close cooperation.. Another focus area is identity building and marketing of the Baltic Sea Region.. baltmet.. The Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being.. (NDPHS).. The Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being (NDPHS) is a cooperative effort of thirteen governments, the European Commission and eight international organisations.. The Partnership's mission is to promote sustainable development of the Northern Dimension area by improving peoples' health and social well-being.. It aims to contribute to this process by intensifying cooperation, assisting the Partners and Participants in capacity building, and by enhancing coordination between international activities within the Northern Dimension area.. ndphs.. Nordic Council and Nordic Council of Ministers.. The Nordic countries have an impressive record of achievement based on cooperation.. Today cooperation at political level is conducted via Nordic Council and Nordic Council of Ministers.. From this page you can also access information on:.. The Nordic Swan.. Cooperation partners.. Statistics.. Prizes.. Nordic Information Offices.. norden.. The Baltic Assembly.. The Baltic Assembly is an organisation established for co-ordinating the Baltic countries' co-operation on the parliamentary level, discussing issues and projects of mutual interest, addressing common problems, and expressing a common position concerning international, economic, political and cultural issues.. baltasam.. Baltic Sea Chambers of Commerce Association.. (BCCA).. The Baltic Sea Chambers of Commerce Association BCCA is an organisation of altogether 52 Chambers of Commerce in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.. The BCCA represents more than 400,000 companies belonging to all sectors of the northern and northeastern European market.. bcca.. VASAB 2010.. Vision and Strategies 2010 is an intergovernmental programme of 11 countries of the Baltic Sea Region on multilateral cooperation in spatial planning and development established in 1992, guided by the Conference of Ministers responsible for spatial planning and development (Fifth Conference in Wismar, 20 - 21 September 2001).. It is steered by the Commitee on Spatial Development of the Baltic Sea Region (CSD/BSR) composed of representatives of respective ministries and regional authorities (Germany, Russia).. VASAB is focused on implementation of Vision and Strategies on Spatial Development of the BSR adopted by the Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning and Development in the BSR countries in 1994 (Towards a Framework for Spatial Development in the Baltic Sea Region).. vasab.. Baltic Sea Tourism Commission.. The Baltic Sea Tourism Commission is a public/private non-profit organisation, created by the countries around the Baltic Sea and open for every organisation and company interested in the aims of the association and accepting its by-laws.. BTC was founded in 1983 on an initiative of the Lübeck Chamber of Commerce.. The aim of the BTC is to promote the natural and sustainable development of travel and tourism within and to the Baltic Sea region.. balticsea.. com.. Baltic Ports Organisation.. (BPO).. It's a network of over 60 ports.. The main objective of BPO is to improve the competitiveness of maritime transport in the Baltic region by:.. increasing the efficiency of ports.. marketing the Baltic region as the strategic logistics centre.. improving the infrastructure within the ports and the connection to other modes.. improving co-operation with the port users/operators.. applying new technology in the port sector in order to improve the performance and the integration of ports into the transport chain.. improving cost efficiency.. good environmental behaviour.. organizational development.. co-operation with authorities and interest groups.. bpoports.. Baltic Development Forum.. Baltic Development Forum has since its establishment in 1999 gradually proven its strength as  ...   the domains were a common activation could be the most useful mean to improve the regional environmental conditions.. medcities.. International Association Cities and Ports.. The IACP was created in Le Havre in 1988 on the initiative of cities, ports and their institutional and economic partners to create a permanent structure for the exchange of information and contacts in order to follow projects through in the best possible conditions.. The IACP is an international network of decision makers and technicians in the development of ports which has the official status of an international association governed by French law.. aivp.. United Nations Centre for Human Settlements.. (UN HABITAT).. The mission of UN-HABITAT is to promote socially and environmentally sustainable human settlements development and the achievement of adequate shelter for all.. UN-HABITAT, formerly known as UNCHS (Habitat), was established in October 1978 as the lead agency within the United Nations system for coordinating activities in the field of human settlements.. It is the focal point for the implementation of the.. Habitat Agenda.. - the global plan of action adopted by the international community at the Habitat II Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, in June 1996.. Its activities contribute to the overall objective of the United Nations system to reduce poverty and promote sustainable development within the context and the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing world.. unchs.. European Association Historic Towns and Regions.. It is a network of Historic Towns Associations drawing membership from the countries within the Council of Europe - up to 41 countries.. Individual towns or regions can also join as 'associate members'.. The purpose of the new organisation is to promote the interests of Europe's historic towns - seeking to ensure that policy making bodies recognise and reflect the specific needs of historic towns and their inhabitants and raising public awareness about the importance and value of Europe's cultural Heritage.. historic-towns.. The International Network for Urban Development.. (INTA).. A is an international network that encourages the exchange of information, experience and best practices on urban development and renewal across the world.. Incorporated in Paris in 1974 as a not-for-profit association, INTA has been granted Category 2 Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and has Consultative Status with the Council of Europe.. inta-aivn.. International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives.. (ICLEI).. ICLEI is the international environmental agency for local governments.. ICLEI's mission is to build and serve a worldwide movement of local governments to achieve tangible improvements in global environmental and sustainable development conditions through cumulative local actions.. Building a worldwide movement requires that ICLEI functions as a democratic, international association of local governments.. Serving a worldwide movement requires that ICLEI operates as an international environmental agency for local governments.. More than 350 cities, towns, counties, and their associations from around the world are full Members of the Council, with hundreds of additional local governments participating in specific ICLEI campaigns and projects.. As a movement, association, and agency, ICLEI continues to work towards its environmental and sustainable development goals.. iclei.. Association of Cities and Regions for Recycling.. (ACRR).. The ACRR is an International Network of local and regional authorities throughout the European territory and beyond.. The association aims to promote the exchange of information and experiences on municipal waste management, and particularly on the prevention at source, recycling and recovery.. It's an international network of waste management actors in more than 20 countries.. Activities of the ACRR are open to waste management actors, policy makers or technicians, members of NGO's or associations, who wish to implement or anticipate new regulations; to optimise waste management and to find the best technical solutions; to improve service to citizens and to reinforce environmental communication.. acrr.. Energy Cities.. Energy Cities is the European Association of local authorities inventing their energy future.. Founded in 1990, Energy Cities represents more than 1000 local authorities from 30 countries.. The Union of the Baltic Cities has been a member of Energy Cities since 2008.. energy-cities.. Climate Alliance.. The Climate Alliance is an association of European cities and municipalities that have entered into a partnership with indigenous rainforest peoples.. This worldwide alliance is united by a common concern for the world's climate.. Our climate protection contributions build upon commitment and diversity at the local level.. We view our initiative as a part of efforts towards sustainable development and North-South equity.. Since its foundation in 1990, almost 1000 European cities, municipalities and district authorities have joined the Climate Alliance.. Regional governments and non-governmental organizations collaborate as associated members.. klimabuendnis.. World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Europe.. The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations with primary responsibility for international health matters and public health.. Through WHO, which was created in 1948, the health professions of over 180 countries exchange their knowledge and experience, working for the attainment by all citizens of the world of a level of health that will permit them to lead socially and economically productive lives.. euro.. who.. int.. Baltic Region Healthy Cities Office.. The purpose of sub-regional Healthy Cities offices is to expand and reinforce the capacity of WHO Centre for Urban Health to support project cities and national networks.. The offices will act as an extended operational arm of the WHO Healthy Cities programme by establishing close and frequent contacts with cities and networks, by building a knowledge base of local needs, and by drawing on the technical resources of the cities and countries of the Baltic Region.. marebalticum.. Advisory Committee on Protection of the Sea.. (ACOPS).. Established in 1952 as one of the world's first environmental Non-Governmental Organisations, the Advisory Committee on Protection of the Sea (ACOPS) originally concentrated on encouraging international agreements to reduce marine oil pollution.. Since then, ACOPS has expanded its interests to include land-based sources of marine pollution, as well as other aspects of degradation of the coastal and marine environment.. acops.. Global Islands Network.. The Global Islands Network is a non-profit organisation established to.. facilitate people on islands to acquire, disseminate and utilise natural.. resource knowledge resources.. globalislands.. Arco Latino.. Arco Latino is an association of Spanish and Italian provinces and French departments in the western Mediterranean, spread on a Euro-territory in the South of Europe from the Algarve to Sicily.. The territory covering the western Mediterranean is an area of different dimensions.. In the broadest sense, Arco Latino is defined as an area including provinces and second-level local administrations from four member states of the European Union: Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.. It is a vast geographic area with more than 70 million inhabitants spread over a varying territory: coastal regions, islands and inland and border regions.. arcolatino.. The International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP).. The International Federation for Housing and Planning is a world-wide network of professionals representing the broad field of housing and planning.. The Federation organises a wide range of activities and creates opportunities for an international exchange of knowledge and experience in the professional field.. Among these activities, the most prominent event is the annual congress devoted to a topical theme.. ifhp.. European Union of Exiled and Expelled People (EUEEP).. The European Union of Exiled and Expelled People is the first European organism of patronage that represents democratically the interests and protects the rights of over than 15 million European citizens deprived of their properties, their civil rights and fundamental freedoms before, during and after the Second World War.. http://uese.. eu/eng/index.. php.. If you have suggestions on additional links, send them to.. info@ubc.. Last modified: 23.. 10.. 2013 14:43.. EU-related links..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Calendar.. Jūrmala.. Gargždai.. Opening of Culture Capital of Lithuania THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHT AND FIRE.. The Festival of LIGHT AND FIRE.. The Xth International Film Festival EUROPEAN FILMS DAY AND NIGHT.. fdghjkslj.. International Art Glass Symposium „GLASSJAZZ“.. THE FESTIVAL OF PUPPET THEATRES „THE FAIRY TALES OF H.. K.. ANDERSEN“.. Šiauliai.. Informacja.. Östhammar.. Business.. Culture.. Education.. Energy.. Environment..  ...   Local Safety.. Events in 2009.. Events in 2013.. Events in 2014.. Events in 2008.. Events in 2007.. Events in 2006.. Events in 2005.. Events in 2004.. Events in 2003.. Events in 2010.. Events in 2011.. Events in 2012.. Newsletter.. General Conferences.. UBC Activity Reports.. UBC Executive Board meetings.. Executive Board meetings 1991 - 1999.. Other events.. Art Gallery..

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  • Title: Letter fom the President inviting all cities to join the XII UBC General Conference - Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Letter fom the President inviting all cities to join the XII UBC General Conference.. Welcome to the General Conference in Mariehamn, 1-4 October 2013.. Letter to the Mayors.. (382.. 93 KB).. Invitation brochure.. (1.. 07 MB).. Programme as of 20 August.. (62.. 56 KB).. Participants as of 19 August.. (74.. 45 KB).. Information about speakers.. Conference documents.. Conference website and registration.. Last modified: 22.. 08.. 2013 11:33..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Structure.. The Union of the Baltic Cities' core organisation consists of the Presidium, the Executive Board and the Secretariat.. The President of the UBC is:.. Mr Per Bødker Andersen, Deputy Mayor of Kolding, Denmark.. The Vice-Presidents are:.. Mrs Marie-Louise Rönnmark, Mayor of Umeå, Sweden.. Mr Jarkko Virtanen, Deputy Mayor of Turku, Finland.. Mr Taavi Aas, Deputy Mayor of Tallinn, Estonia.. The UBC Secretariat.. The UBC secretariat is situated in Gdańsk, Poland and  ...   are the very helpful administrative assistants in the Secretariat.. The General Conference.. The General Conference is the highest decision making body of the UBC and it convenes every second year in a UBC Member City.. The Executive Board.. The Executive Board consists of one member city from each of ten countries surrounding the Baltic Sea.. The present Board is presented in the organisational chart.. Presidium.. Executive Board.. Board of Audit.. Honorary President..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: The UBC is a constantly growing organisation with members in all ten countries surrounding the Baltic Sea.. The countries lead you to the homepages of member cities.. Click to enlarge.. UBC has over 100 Member Cities from 10 countries.. Information:.. The contact information for all UBC member cities.. The number of inhabitants of each UBC Member City.. The list of homepages of all UBC Member Cities.. The local elections in the Baltic Sea countries.. Member cities representation offices in Brussels.. Public holidays in the Baltic Sea countries..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: EVENTS IN 2014.. MAY.. Seminar of the Commissions on Energy, Environment, Transport, Urban Planning.. 18-21 May, Örebro.. MARCH.. JANUARY.. EVENTS IN 2013.. OCTOBER.. 16-18 October, Karlstad.. XII UBC General Conference, “Investing in young generation”.. 1-4 October, Mariehamn.. SEPTEMBER.. Joint Seminar of the Commissions on Urban Planning and Culture.. 15-18 September, Kolding.. JUNE.. 67th Meeting of the Executive Board of the Union of the Baltic Cities.. 19-23 June, Kiel.. 13-14 June, Jelgava.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Health And Social Affairs.. 30-31 May, Tartu.. Joint meeting of the UBC Commissions on Gender Equality and Urban Planning.. 27-29 May, Umeå.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Business Cooperation.. 21-22 May, Berlin.. APRIL.. Joint Seminar on Sustainable Transport solutions.. 10-12 April, Tallinn.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Youth Issues.. 2-5 April, Gävle.. 66th Meeting of the Executive Board of the Union of the Baltic Cities.. 7-9 March, Umeå.. EVENTS IN 2012.. DECEMBER.. Annual meeting of UBC Commission on Culture.. 10-11 December,  ...   of the Union of the Baltic Cities.. 3-5 October, Koszalin.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Urban Planning.. 1-3 October, Elbląg.. 6-7 September, Gdańsk.. CECICN 1st Congress on Smart Cooperation.. 25-26 June, A Coruna.. UBC Business Commission meeting & Baltic Business Arena.. 18-19 June, Copenhagen.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Health and Social Affairs.. 05-06 June, Vaasa.. 64th Meeting of the Executive Board of the Union of the Baltic Cities.. 24-25 May, Rakvere.. Meeting of the UBC Commission on Local Safety.. 24-25 May, Tallinn.. Commissions on Energy, Environment, Transport, Urban Planning seminar.. 9-11 May, Halmstad.. Working meeting of the UBC Commission on Gender Equality.. 19-20 April, Helsinki.. Board meeting of the UBC Commission on Culture.. 19-20 April, Kolding.. 18-19 April, Kolding.. Meeting of the UBC Communication Task Force.. 17 April, Gdańsk.. Annual meeting of the UBC Commission on Tourism.. 29-30 March, Vilnius.. FEBRUARY.. 21-23 February, Kemi.. 63rd Meeting of UBC Executive Board with cities representations in Brussels.. 14-15 February, Brussels..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Introduction to UBC commissions.. Today the UBC has thirteen.. different commissions on: business cooperation, culture, education, energy, environment, gender equality, health and social affairs, local safety, sport, tourism, transportation, urban planning, youth issues.. Much of the work of the Union takes place within these commissions.. They have numerous activities in their respective fields ranging from music festivals and sports events to concrete projects and training seminars.. But  ...   a bicycle without wheels, so our devotion is necessary to keep these vehicles on the right track and moving.. The following pages aim at briefly presenting the different commissions and their activities.. Everyone is encouraged to contact the commissions and join their activities.. And remember, the commissions have been established to promote cooperation between the UBC member cities.. Now it is up to you to utilize this opportunity!..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: XII General Conference, Mariehamn, 1-4 October 2013.. XI General Conference, Liepāja, 5-6 October 2011.. X General Conference, Kristiansand, 23-26 September 2009.. IX General Conference, Pärnu, 27-28 September 2007.. VIII General Conference, Turku, 29 September - 2 October 2005.. VII General Conference, Klaipėda, 17-19 October 2003.. VI General Conference, Rostock, 12-13 October 2001.. V General Conference, Stockholm, 24-25 September 1999.. IV General Conference, Gdańsk, 12-13 September 1997.. III General Conference, Aarhus, 8-9 December 1995.. II General Conference, Svetlogorsk, 24-25 September 1993.. I  ...   October 2013.. 67th Executive Board meeting, Kiel, 20 June 2013.. 66th Executive Board meeting, Umeå, 7-9 March 2013.. 65th Executive Board meeting, Koszalin, 4 October 2012.. 64th Executive Board meeting, Rakvere, 24 May 2012.. More Executive Board meetings.. More statements.. Documentation.. Origin.. Commissions reports & action plans.. UBC Strategy 2010-2015.. UBC Sustainability Action Programme 2010-2015.. UBC Internal Regulations.. UBC documents in other languages.. UBC membership fees 2014-2015.. UBC Social Charter in English and all Baltic Languages.. UBC e-Newsletter.. UBC Business Mixer..

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  • Title: Union of the Baltic Cities
    Descriptive info: Each number of UBC Baltic Cities Bulletin is devoted to the special theme.. Moreover each bulletin brings information on latest UBC meetings and activities, news from the member cities and more.. Please check this page regularly as new bulletins become available.. The Editorial Board wishes following contributions to the bulletin:.. stories related to the theme.. short news about activities in the cities.. vivid and creative photographs to the stories.. Please do not hesitate to contact the UBC Secretariat in any questions relating to the Baltic Cities Bulletin!.. The UBC Bulletin.. How to develop and keep an attractive city.. Read it.. Education through Culture.. Youth prospects and participation.. Events Calendar 2012.. Download PDF.. The UBC Bulletin 1/12.. Welfare and health promotion.. The UBC Bulletin 2/11.. Making the Baltic Sea cities safer.. Events Calendar 2011.. - Over 700 cultural, business, sport events.. The UBC Bulletin 1/11.. Building on the past, heading for the future.. The UBC Bulletin 2/10.. - Gender Equality in the Baltic Sea Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 1/10.. - The Baltic Sea Region as a tourist destination area.. Events Calendar 2010.. - Over 500 cultural, business, sport events.. The UBC Bulletin 2/09.. - Beyond the crisis - cities' ideas for recovery.. The UBC Bulletin 1/09.. - Baltic Cities Bulletin on  ...   Bulletin 2/05.. - Cities and Competitiveness.. The UBC Bulletin 1/05.. - Logistic Corridors in the Baltic Sea Region.. The UBC Bulletin 2/04.. - Education throught Sport.. The UBC Bulletin 1/04.. - EU enlargement in the Baltic Sea Region.. The UBC Bulletin 2/03.. - Baltic Sea Wave - Business Development in the New Europe.. The UBC Bulletin 1/03.. - Cities Without Limits.. The UBC Bulletin 2/02.. - Governance in Baltic Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 1/02.. - Transport in Baltic Cities.. UBC 10th Anniversary.. - past, present, future.. The UBC Bulletin 2/01.. - Social Justice in the Baltic Sea Region.. The UBC Bulletin 1/01.. - Youth in the Baltic Sea Region.. The UBC Bulletin 3/00.. - Culture in Baltic Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 2/00.. - Urban planning in Baltic Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 1/00.. - Tourism in Baltic Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 2/99.. - EU Enlargement - the Role of Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 1/99.. - Local Agenda 21 in Baltic Cities.. The UBC Bulletin 2/98.. - Education in Baltic cities.. The UBC Bulletin 1/98.. - Baltic cities business cooperation.. The UBC Bulletin 3/97.. -Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.. The UBC Bulletin 2/97.. - Cooperation with the EU.. The UBC Bulletin 1/97.. - UBC and information society.. The UBC Bulletin 2/96..

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