Vote for the Gdańsk University of Technology project in the international REGIOSTARS competition

The South Baltic Youth Core Groups Networks (SB YCGN) project, in which Gdańsk University of Technology participated as a partner, was submitted to the REGIOSTARS Awards 2020 competition. For the project to be among the finalists, Internet users' votes are needed.

 

The SB YCGN project was implemented in 2018-2019. Its main goal was to intensify cross-border cooperation in the sphere of building the capacity of local entities working with youth in the partner countries of the South Baltic region. Thanks to participation in this undertaking, engaged youth from Poland, Sweden, Lithuania and Denmark had the opportunity to present their solutions in local politics, conduct constructive discussions with representatives of local authorities and participate in making decisions important for local governments.

 

REGIOSTARS AWARD is an annual competition organized by the European Commission's Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy. It aims to identify good practices in regional development and highlight innovative EU-funded projects that can be attractive and inspiring for other regions and future projects.

The prizes are awarded in five categories. The SB YCGN project takes part in the competition in the category ‘Topic of the year 2020: 30 Years of Interreg. Youth empowerment for cooperation across borders.’

 

Voting for the best project in this category is under way and every vote counts. We encourage you to support the project whose partner is Gdańsk University of Technology.

To vote it is enough to:

- Go to https://regiostarsawards.eu/

- Select the last category ‘Topic of the year 2020: 30 Years of Interreg, Youth empowerment for cooperation across borders’

- Find the SB YCGN project (it is the next to last project on the list) and click next to the project description

 

The list of finalists is to be announced on July 9.

More information about the competition can be found on the Interreg South Baltic program website