Maritime Institute


PartiSEApate has been awarded a good practice status by the Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development in the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning.

Ocean of Tomorrow conference : what results so far?

We are pleased to inform you that all presentations of the second "Ocean of Tomorrow conference: what results so far?" held in Brussels on 27 November 2014 are now available on the following page:

SUBMARINER Network and Polish MSP presented at the „Baltic Sea Week” in Sweden, 1st July 2014

SUBMARINER Network - flagship project of the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region and issue of Polish Maritime Spatial Plan was presented by Joanna Przedrzymirska, Maritime Institute Gdansk, at the „Baltic Sea Week” - An International Day - „We cannot do it alone - How to save the sea on shores across borders”. The event was arranged by Council of the Baltic Sea States in Visby, Gotland, Sweden on 1st July 2014.

The conference aimed to raise awareness on the environmental status of the Baltic Sea as well as show-casing and discussing cross-border cooperation to save the Baltic Sea waters while ensuring prosperous economies and promoting sustainable development on land.

During the session “ Sustainable innovation, blue and green economy – consistent approaches to innovation and increased sustainability” Joanna Przedrzymirska presented SUBMARINER Network, European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). Polish MSP process was presented at the session „The sea as a resource - protect it and use it responsibly”.

More information about the event can be found on the website.

SUBMARINER Network - flagship project of the European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

Maritime Institute in Gdańsk as the co-leader of the SUBMARINER Network flagship project invites interested parties to learn about the services offered by the Network.

The SUBMARINER Network is a unique platform that brings actors from the whole Baltic Sea Region together to actively promote innovative and sustainable uses of marine resources. It operates across the whole knowledge triangle integrating perspectives from local to international scale, different science disciplines as well as policy and economic stakeholders. It is a hub for projects, initiatives and activities at all levels – from transnational and cross-border regional development, innovation and research projects to local and business level. The network is registered as a not-for-profit European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) and is managed by a professional secretariat.

Learn more on the Network's website at and join us!

Baltic Development Forum Summit


Maritime Institute in Gdansk participated
in the joint 16th Baltic Development Forum Summit
and 5th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR
3-4 June 2014 Turku, Finland.

Maritime Institute In Gdansk as the lead partner of PartiSEAparte project participated in the joint 16th Baltic Development Forum Summit and 5th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR, themed “Growing together”. The event gave the opportunity to explore how cooperation can help strengthen economic growth, contribute to sustainable development and create a strong and integrated Baltic Sea Region.

Bringing together decision-makers from business, politics, international organisations and academia from across the Baltic Sea Region, the event provided a platform to exchange opinions and experiences, discuss key issues and chart the way forward.

Key areas addressed include outlooks on governance, the digital economy, regional cooperation, smart urban solutions, blue growth, innovation and competitiveness.

The event was organised by Baltic Development Forum and the European Commission.

PartiSEApate project was presented in Networking Village which was the key part of the event.

More information about the meeting can be found on the website.

We also invite you to visit the PartiSEApate project.

Polish - Swedish consultations, Warsaw, 12 - 13 May 2014


Maritime Institute as the lead partner of the PartiSEAparte project participated in Polish - Swedish consultations, which took place on 12 and 13 May 2014 in Warsaw. During the meeting, representatives of the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, Maritime Office in Gdynia, Maritime Office in Szczecin, Maritime Institute in Gdansk and representatives of the Ministry, exchanged views on the actions taken to develop Maritime Spatial Planning. They also discussed the scope of the data required in the above mentioned process, the possibility of exchanging and sharing the data and the need to develop procedures and rules for cross-border arrangements.

Swedish and Polish partners declared willingness to strengthen cooperation in the field of the "Blue Growth" among others, through the implementation of activities in the Horizon 2020 and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund.

The next meeting is scheduled for February 2015. It is expected that the documents for studies of conditions for Maritime Spatial Planning will be ready until that time.

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