Cultural Cities Commission Working Meeting, Rostock

14.03.2016 -
14:00 to 18:00

The next Cultural Cities Commission Working Meeting will be held in Rostock on the 14th of March 14:00 -18:00 a the Rostock City Hall.

And you have also the perfect possibility to take part in "The Impact of the European Refugees Crisis in the Cities of the Baltic Sea Region" to be held in Rostock on 14 -16 March 2016.
The conference is a good opportunity for UBC cities to exchange experiences on receiving and integrating the refugees.

More information and registration to the conference at: http://www.ubc.net/news,2,3525.html

But back to our working meeting:

Here’s the agenda and you will get more information about the points 3 & 4 during the week 9.
Thomas Werner has promised to present the cultural city of Rostock in the beginning of the meeting.
Please! Inform Ms. Jaana Simula via e-mail by 7.3. if you are coming and also if you’re not coming. Thank you!

UBC Cultural Cities Commission
Working Meeting

14.3.2016, 14:00 -18:00
Rostock City Hall, Neuer Markt 1
Nota bene: The meeting will take place in Room No. 210.
Please ask the gate keeper to show You the way.

 AGENDA

Presentation of the cultural city Rostock by Mr. Thomas Werner

1.  Opening of the meeting, chair Jaana Simula
Steering Group, Working Groups, Communications Officer of UBC CCC.
Ways of engaging all UBC Cultural Cities and co-working with other Commissions and partners.

2.  Steering Group, Working Groups, Communications Officer of UBC CCC.
Ways of engaging all UBC Cultural Cities and co-working with other Commissions and partners.

3.  Discussion about the new Cultural Cities Commission.
Vision and Action Plan & Budget 2016-2017

4.   “Cultures of Sustainability in Baltic Cities” – a joint UBC commission seminar with focus on Sustainable Safe Cultural Events (Festivals, Conferences) in Slupsk, Poland, Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 June
Respective Commissions' interest:
Cultural Cities: Exchange of cultural event expertise and excellence
Safe Cities: Concepts of Safe events (safety of participants, rescue plans and rescue vehicles)
Sustainable Cities:  Recycling, environmental friendly, efficient energy, accessibility and mobility solutions
Themes and elements of the meeting programme:
The role of culture in advancing sustainable and safe urban development

o   Multicultural sustainability – cases from cities
o   Sustainable and safe cultural events in Baltic cities
Implementing Sustainable Development Goals in BSR cities
o    Session co-organized with CBSS-Baltic 21
o   Making Baltic cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Towards new energy-culture: How can cities quit fossil-fuels
o   Joint seminar with CDP
o   Global and Baltic Sea regional perspectives
o   Carbon neutrality and climate resiliency as new strategic goals towards post-fossil era
5.  Children culture, seminar in making – ideas and so
6.  Other matters