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The role of cultural and creative industries (CCI) in fostering innovation and regional development was the focus of attention in the Creative Industries round table of the 6th ND Forum.

In the photo: Kenneth Agerholm (ARTLAB Denmark), Elizaveta Kiseleva (MosART), Ilze Gailite Holmberg (NDPC) and Silja Suntola (Creative Industries Finland) discussing during the creative industries round table. Photo: AEB.

Project: The Baltic Sea Hub and Spokes

The Baltic Sea Hub and Spokes

Partners: Ports of Gothenburg Sweden, Århus, Denmark and Tallinn, Estonia

The Baltic Sea Hub and Spokes project is a project co-funded by the TEN-T Motorways of the Sea programme that creates the necessary framework for an integrated maritime transport system.

Publication: Gender, Education and Population Flows: Summary report on knowledge, cross-Nordic experiences and examples from practice

Bennike, Kathrine Bjerg
Faber, Stine Thidemann
Nielsen, Helene Pristed

During the Danish Presidency for the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2015, attention was drawn towards challenges and best practice examples in relation to gender, education and population flows in peripheral areas throughout the Nordic countries - Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and the autonomous countries, Greenland, the Faroe Islands and Åland. The present report summarises the findings and conclusions which are covered in the existing Nordic research and literature within the field, as well as the experience and professional responses, which were presented during the course of the common dialogue and exchange of experience.

To read the report, please visit the Nordic Council of Ministers webpage.

Seminar: A new momentum for Nordic-Baltic co-operation in a turbulent Europe?, Copenhagen

Brexit, Trump, refugee crisis and a changing global economy are challenging Europe. Where does that leave the Baltic Sea Region and what is the potential to tackle these challenges via stronger regional cooperation? Can the small, open economies in the Nordic-Baltic region respond with a common voice to influence the future of Europe?

Baltic Development Forum and the Nordic Council of Ministers have the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar on 23rd August 2017. Dr. Christian Ketels will present a recent paper on the future of Europe and globalization. Five Danish Ambassadors from the region will comment and debate.

Date: Aug 23, 2017
Time: 10.00-12.00
Location: Nordic House (Ved Stranden 18), Copenhagen, Denmark

Programme
10-10.30 Coffee, tea and registration
10.30-10.40 Welcome by Dagfinn Høybråten, Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers
10.40-11.00 Keynote by Dr. Christian Ketels, Principal Associate from Harvard Business School and co-author of “The Future of Europe and Globalization: Where is the Voice of the Baltic Sea Region?”
11.00-12.00 5 Danish ambassadors address the issue from their respective points of view:
Mette Kjuel Nielsen, Iceland
Hans Brask, Latvia
Dan E. Frederiksen, Lithuania
Torben Brylle, Norway
Ove Ullerup, Sweden

Moderator Per Carlsen, Senior Advisor, Baltic Development Forum, Ambassador (ret.).

Sign up for the seminar here.

For more information, contact: Louise Hagemann Phone: +45 21 71 71 41 Email: loha(at)norden.org

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