Projects
Our projects
Project "Second chance" - entrepreneurship in the field of agrotourism and tourism industry for older citizens "
The project to develop entrepreneurial skills among the elderly who are engaged in or want to provide services in the tourism sector of the Association of small and medium-sized business support centers was supported by a special competition for grants from the President of the Russian Federation.
«Diginno» BSR (Digital Innovation Network)
The project is aimed at creating a network of cooperation for the implementation of innovative solutions in the field of public-private partnership in order to accelerate the process of entering the single digital market of the Baltic sea region. The project aims to accelerate the implementation of digital solutions in small and medium-sized industrial enterprises, industry associations and the public sector
Climate change and youth response.
The project was based on previous cooperation in the North-West region of Russia, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers. The project aims to increase the environmental responsibility of young people in response to climate change in the Baltic sea region.
Project "Eco-Tech Accelerator for youth projects in the field of environmental entrepreneurship" is funded by the Presidential Grants Fund for the development of civil society.

In the course of the project, Kaliningrad youth will be attracted to" garbage " problems not only from the point of view of education, but also from the point of view of economic motivation. The project partners are the SRO "Regional Union of waste processors" and "Quantorium" - children's Technopark, the Kant Baltic Federal University, the Ministry of economic development, industry and trade of the Kaliningrad region.

Public participation II: public initiative for a comfortable urban environment
The goal of the project was to activate the public initiative to interact with the authorities involved in urban planning in order to create a healthy and comfortable city. The experience of the Nordic countries (Iceland, Denmark and Norway) and the North-West of Russia (Saint Petersburg and Karelia) was used to build capacity and create networks of project partners and stakeholders (regional and municipal authorities, academia, NGOs, business structures, informal organizations and active citizens)