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[2008-02-21Seagull II Manual printed

At the ERB Council meeting in Elblag 22 February 2008 the Manual describing ERB as a transferable euroregional model will be distributed. It was presented at the final Seagull II conference 7 December 2007 in Gdansk, and has now been published.

You can download the Manual from Other documents.

[2007-12-07Final Seagull II conference
Around 80 politicians, civil servants, experts and network members today had the final conference in the Seagull II project, organised in Gdansk. At the conference the project results were presented by the project manager, Mr Slawomir Demkowicz-Dobrzanski and the leaders of the Work Package 1, Ms Kora Stanczyk and Work Package 3, Mr Niels Chresten Andersen.

[2007-12-05Several network meetings
In the days up to the final Seagull II conference in Gdansk, meetings are held within the Rural Development reference network, the Water Forum and the Energy Forum.

[2007-11-07Tourism Development meeting
The Tourism Development reference network meets in Gdansk 6 - 7 November 2007, in order to further discuss and develop project ideas.

[2007-10-31Second Innovation Network Seminar in Gdynia
The Seagull II Innovation Network members met in Gdynia at the Pomeranian Technology Park between 29 and 30th October 2007. 17 reprsenatives of regional and local level of administration, universities and colleges, and experts on innovative solutions discussed possible ideas on how to cooperate in the future and implement the objectives of the Joint Development Programme. For more information, please go to the SME & Innovation Network subpage.

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