Some new graphic material has been recently developed and put at users' disposal under the section Materials, visual identity. The latest items comprise six maps, a letter template and the EUSBSR logo translated in ten different languages. All these outputs can be downloaded and used when it comes to carry out a EUSBSR-related activity. A visual identity manual is being currently created and will be available in June 2012.

The 8th ministerial-level Partnership Annual Conference of the NDPHS (Northern Dimension Public Health and Social Well-Being) has adopted the position paper “Post-2013 European Programmes: Raising the Profile of Health and Social Well-being”. The paper calls for a visible exposure of social well-being and health in the cooperation programmes’ priorities. Read more information about this here

Visit the main information platform on the EU Strategy for the Danube Region. On this website you can find out about the latest developments of the strategy, its 11 priority areas and main actions, as well as information about existing funding opportunities and much more. The website is coordinated by the European Commission – DG Regional Policy and INTERACT Point Vienna. Access the website at www.danube-region.eu

The EU-project AGORA 2.0 aims at developing features of a common identity profile. What comes into your mind when you think of the Baltic Sea Region? Now you can vote online for the common characteristics of the Baltic Sea Region at www.bsr-identity.net

There are numerous heritage sites in the Baltic Sea Region. What are the most popular ones? A contest gives you the unique chance to vote for your favourite Cultural & Natural Heritage features in the Baltic Sea Region. You can vote now at www.6-bsr-wonders.net