The Barents Parliamentary Conference

 Each BEAC chairmanship organizes a Barents Parliamentary Conference. As the chairmanships run on two year periods the parliamentary conference takes place once every other year. The participants can be elected members of local and regional as well as national and indigenous peoples’ assemblies in the Barents Region. 

  • The 6th Barents Parliamentary Conference, Harstad, Norway, April 22-24, 2013
    Resolution (EN, NO, RU)

  • The 5th Barents Parliamentary Conference, Luleå, May 18-20, 2011
    Resolution (EN)
    Programme (RU+EN)
    List of participants (EN)

  • The 4th Barents Parliamentary Conference, Syktyvkar, May 26-27, 2009
    Resolution (EN, RU)
    Programme (EN, RU)
    List of participants (EN, RU)
    Press release

The Bartents Parliamentarians meets the press after the 4th Barents Parliamentary Conference, Syktyvkar, May 26-27, 2009

Photo above: The Bartents Parliamentarians meets the press after the 4th Barents
Parliamentary Conference, Syktyvkar, May 26-27, 2009. Names from left to right:

  • BEAC Chair 2007-2009 Mr. Anton Vasiliev
  • Ms. Valentina Pivnenko, Spokesman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation
  • Mr. Ivan Kristiansen, MP, Parliament of Norway
  • Mr. Kent Olsson, MP, Parliament of Sweden, Vice President of the Nordic Council
  • Ms. Tone Tingsgard, MP, Parliament of Sweden

 

  • The 3rd Barents Parliamentary Conference, Rovaniemi, June 11-12, 2007
    Resolution (EN)
    Programme (EN)
    Conclusions of the chair (EN)
  • The 2nd Barents Parliamentary Conference, Bodø, June 29-30, 2005
    Programme (EN)
  • The 1st Barents Parliamentary Conference, Alta, 1999
    Documents not available

Children and Youth at Risk cooperation programme

The Children and Youth at Risk cooperation programme, adopted by and owned by the Joint Working Group on Health and related Social Issues, has their own section on the Barents Cooperation web page.

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"CLIMATE JOURNEY" PHOTO EXHIBITION

During two missions, in 2007 and 2012, Swedish journalist Tom Juslin traveled through the Nordic countries to find out how climate change affects people, animals and nature - "Climate Journey" opens the planned series of exhibitions in in Kirkenes

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