ReGeneration Week is aimed at young people from the Nordic and Baltic Sea region who want to engage in a strong youth movement for the future of our region. If you are between 15 and 29 years old, living in some of our focus countries (Denmark, Estonia, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Germany, Greenland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, the Åland Islands, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Ukraine, and Belarus) and want to learn more about sustainable development, make your voice heard and meet new friends, then you should apply to participate! ReGeneration Week is a free of charge event, but you need to stand for the costs of accommodation and travels. We do provide travel grants for participants who won’t be able to attend otherwise.

Sign-up for ReGeneration Week

This year’s ReGeneration Week will be a hybrid event, with physical participation on the Åland Islands and in other countries through local hubs. Digital participation is made possible through ReGeneration 2030’s own digital streaming platform. Sign up now!

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Q&A

Is participation in the ReGeneration Week free?

While participating in the event is free of charge, you have to cover your travel and living expenses. It is, however, possible to apply for a travel grant – read more about it below. 

You can also participate digitally from home. You can find information about accommodation on the Åland Islands here.

How do I apply for travel grants?

We want everyone to join the ReGeneration Week and provide travel grants for some of the participants who cannot participate otherwise. We cannot cover all costs for travels and participation but provide fixed amounts depending on the total costs of your trips. If you want to apply for a travel grant, please send a short note to ella@regeneration2030.org stating:

1. Why we should provide you with a travel grant

2. An approximate calculation of your total travel expenses

3. Your personal information (name, contact information, age, and country)

And we will be in touch with you.

What happens if I cannot travel to the Åland Islands due to Covid19?

When booking your travels and accommodation, make sure that you make refundable bookings and that you can cancel your reservation in case the pandemic situation does not enable you to participate physically. If you have signed up to participate physically but need to cancel your trip because of travel restrictions or other reasons, please let us know. In that case, you can join us digitally via the live stream.

Due to Covid19, we reserve the right to limit the number of participants at any time.

From Monday June 21st Nordic and EU citizens are allowed to travel to Åland under following conditions:

  1. You are fully vaccinated. The last vaccination must have taken place at least 2 weeks before the trip.
  2. You have undergone covid-19 disease within 6 months.
  3. You have undergone covid-19 disease more than 6 months ago and received one dose of vaccine at least one week before the trip.
  4. You are traveling for work.

Everyone traveling to ReGeneration Week can get a certificate stating that you’re attending as a participant, speaker, or in another role that you can show to the border control. If you need such a document send an email to ella@regenereration2030.org stating you’re role during the ReGeneration Week and where you are traveling from.

Can anyone participate?

There is no age limit for participating in the ReGeneration Week. However, our primary target group is young people between the ages of 15 and 29. You do not need any prior knowledge or experience in working with sustainability issues to participate.