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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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Baltic Leaders meet in Elbląg

On 23rd May, the new 6 ‘Baltic Leaders’ joined the second ERB Executive meeting of this year. Baltic Leaders are 5 young people between 16 and 25 years old, selected as representatives of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship to take part in the LB-EME project (Baltic Leaders- Energy of the Young Europe). The aim of this project, ideated […]

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‘Nothing about us without us’- 12th-14th June 2017

This is the title of the back-to-back Baltic Sea Region Youth Conference that will be take place in Berlin on 12th-14th June, in the frame of the 8th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) Forum (13th-14th June). The forum has been taking place yearly since 2010 with the purpose of […]

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The final version of the questionnaire for the cross-border survey on youth has just been launched on the basis of the LUPP (Local follow-up of youth policy). In Sweden, the LUPP survey has been developed by the Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society since 2001, in consultation with municipal representatives and researchers and has […]

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European Youth Conference- Gdańsk, 24th-26th July 2017

In a year that will be significant for the future of the European integration, you are invited to elaborate on the question “Regain or Retreat? European Youth in an Age of Uncertainty”, during the event that will take place in Gdańsk, on 24th-26 July 2017. The conference is organized by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, sited […]

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