EmPaci

Participatory budgeting is a process of democratic decision-making in which ordinary people take part in preparing and adopting a municipal or public budget. In the Baltic Sea region, only a few municipalities have applied participatory budgeting to date.
A typical type of citizen in such a process is male, politically active, welleducated, and 35-65 years old. The objective of EmPaci is to get more municipalities involved and mobilise diff erent types of citizens by building municipal capacities, transnational clusters and municipality-citizen cooperation.

20.05.2019

Save the date for the conference “Supporting Youth Employment and the Implementation of the Youth Guarantee - The Good, The Bad and The Next Practices from Baltic Sea Region” that will be held on 20 May 2019 in Brussels, in the Committee of the Regions.

Attached you can find the draft programme.
 
More information and registration will follow in March.
 

Save the date: “Supporting Youth Employment and the Implementation of the Youth Guarantee" Conference in Brussels

Save the date for the conference “Supporting Youth Employment and the Implementation of the Youth Guarantee - The Good, The Bad and The Next Practices from Baltic Sea Region” that will be held on 20 May 2019 in Brussels, in the Committee of the Regions.

Attached you can find the draft programme.
 
More information and registration will follow in March.

KEMI kun viettää synttäreitä

Lastenmusiikkiorkesteri Loiskiksen Kemi kun viettää synttäreitä -juhlakonsertin solistina ihastuttaa ikisuosikki Eeva-Leena Pokela. Ohjelmistossa sukelletaan yhdessä suomalaisen lastenmusiikin historiaan ja palataan tähän päivään. Konsertti on katsaus suomalaiseen
lastenmusiikkiin ja sen merkittävimpiin tekijöihin. Esille nostetaan niin unhoon jääneitä klassikoita kuin uuttakin musiikkia. Visuaalisesta ilmeestä vastaa jyväskyläläinen kuvataiteilija Minja Revonkorpi. Synttärikonsertti on upea juhlavuoden elämys niin lapsille

COME TO FINLAND!

Do you find Finland grey, quiet and reserved?

Forget it.

Finland has long been a glamourous, cosmopolitan and open country!

Exactly, you are about to be presented with how Finland with the help of travel posters attracted travellers from both near and far to this country in the north. With a fresh confidence and in many different languages we yelled: Come to Finland!