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Victims, helpers or partners? Children and youth as contributors to resilient Baltic Sea Region

During the EUSBSR 12th Annual Forum, on 29 September 2021, Policy Area Secure (PA Secure), coordinated by the CBSS Secretariat together with the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) organised an online seminar dedicated to strengthening children and youth’s resilience in disasters. Children and youth’s vulnerability in disasters is expected to increase as the intensity and…

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PA SECURE TESTS WORKING IN SUB-GROUPS

During the PA Secure Steering Group 15th meeting, the Finnish Ministry of Interior presented a new initiative,  aimed at organising the international cooperation within the PA Secure into separate, focused streams.  These streams called sub-groups could provide platforms where the experts, working directly within each of the priorities of the Joint Position on Enhancing Cooperation in Civil Protection…

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Volunteer fire brigades from Poland, Germany, Lithuania and Belarus exchanged experiences

On January 25-26, 2021, a study visit at the Volunteer Fire Brigades (VFB) in Poland was organised within the CBSS PSF funded project "Development of volunteer fire brigade system activation." Due to the current epidemiological situation, the meeting was held in the form of webinars. The webinars were attended by the representatives of the Volunteer…

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New Flagship Baltprep improves Red Cross interoperability across BSR

On February 5th 2020, during their meeting in Riga, the EUSBSR National Coordinators decided to grant the status of EUSBSR Flagship under PA Secure to Baltprep project. Funded by the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, the project gathers Red Cross National Societies from Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and Denmark to strengthen collaboration and…

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New project: ReSit – Situational Picture of Volunteerism for Societal Resilience in the Baltic Sea Region

To ensure that society is as resilient as possible in natural and man-made disasters, authorities cannot function on their own. Active civil society organizations (CSOs) and skilled volunteers are needed to support authorities in their actions as volunteers play a significant and a vital role in helping to ensure their local communities are safe and…

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