Speak your views

Describe the issues of young generation and help change your world for better.

Achieve results

CaSYPoT will help municipalities to get information about young people, thus enabling  the youth to influence their life and the area they live in.

Help to understand youth

Through CaSYPoT survey the researchers will receive information helping them to understand core issues faced by youth of today.

Present the issues

CaSYPoT is a project specifically designed for youth from four countries of the Baltic Sea Region: Sweden, Lithuania, Russia and Poland. The aim is to collect information about youngsters’ lives and issues, in order to find the best solutions. If you live in one of the municipalities participating in the project, you can tell us through a survey carried out at schools, about your needs and the challenges you face in your everyday life. Based on the results of the survey, politicians, researchers and Youth NGO workers will be able to help you!

Fill in the project survey if you are between 15 and 17 years old. Your school will allow you to fill out the survey anonymously via a digital platform or by means of a paper questionnaire. You can also go to the website forum where you can share your opinions with young people from other countries.

 

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CaSYPoT local and cross-border reports

The conference that took place in the City of Słupsk on December 11-13th CaSYPoT was the chance to present the CaSYPoT local and cross-border reports. The results of the surveys carried out among teenagers in the municipalities involved in the project have been analysed and compared by universities. Based on them joint knowledge-based youth strategy will be […]

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Open position: IVY volunteer for the project CaSYPoT

Starting from February 2018 Euroregion Baltic – International Permanent Secretariat based in Elblag (Poland) is willing to host a volunteer, in the frame of Interreg Volunteer Youth – IVY, up to 6 months. IVY stands for Interreg Volunteer Youth and it’s designed to offer the possibility to young Europeans aged 18-30 to serve as volunteers in […]

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Addressing youth issues: CaSYPoT and GaYA exchange of best practices

In the margins of the conference organized to present the cross-border comparative report and take stock of the situation, project managers in charge of the project CaSYPoT had the chance to meet Ms Greta Klotz from the Eurac Research, Bolzano (Italy) and Ms Annalisa Cevasco from the Agenzia di Sviluppo GAL Genovese, Genova (Italy) to […]

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CaSYPoT project partners meeting in Słupsk, December 11-13th 2017

On December 11-13th CaSYPoT project partners met in the City of Słupsk. The conference saw the participation of delegates representing local and regional bodies, NGOs, universities, cultural associations from Poland, Sweden, Russia, Italy and Lithuania. Welcomed by Mr Robert Biedroń, Mayor of City of Słupsk, and Mr Per Ole Petersen, ERB Vice-President and Member of the Council of […]

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