Checklist: what contents should be available on national EUSBSR website?

In writing all contents, remember the overarching message of EUSBSR, the one about togetherness and cooperation: we are better together!

1) Basic information about the EUSBSR concisely.

Think of it in journalistic terms, with 5 W's, for instance:

  • What (is the EUSBSR)?
  • Why (does the EUSBSR exist)?
  • Who (are involved)?
  • Where (does it all take place)?
  • When (did it all begin)?

You can use the "EUSBSR in a nutshell" section of the EUSBSR website as a template for the text.

2) What is your country's role in the EUSBSR?

For example:

  • Which PAs and HAs are coordinated by your country?
  • What are the added value and priorities in EUSBSR for your country?
  • Some examples of Flagships coordinated by your an organisation from your country.

3) Contact information

At least the NC's and national PA/HA coordinators' contact information should be available.

Links to the EUSBSR website's contact section could be provided.

4) Links to further information

At least the EUSBSR website should be linked to provide further information. 

+ If resources allow:

- News feed in national language to provide regular updates on the EUSBSR and on the concrete results of the EUSBSR. (Tip: use the EUSBSR news feed's items as templates + add the national point of view to the text)

- Blog in a national language as a way to share EUSBSR information in a light format. Writers can include NC, PACs & HACs and Flagship partners for example.


For inspiration and comparison: national websites of EUSBSR listed

In each country there should be one website in national language having the necessary information regarding the EUSBSR. It is an important task of the NC to take care the information is up-to-date.

Below is the list of websites in national languages that function as the national information point for the EUSBSR.

Denmark: Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Estonia: Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Germany: Mecklenburg-Vorpommer Europaportaal

Latvia: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Lithuania: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Poland: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Sweden: Government Offices of Sweden

+ Norway: a section dedicated to EUSBSR at