Training for the Baltic Sea Region June 2001

Michael M Pannwitz mmpanne at
Wed Feb 28 13:58:20 PST 2001

Dear Colleagues,
after os-trainings in Moscow and Hungary there will now be a training
event in Lund (Sweden) that is meant for the countries adjoining the
Baltic Sea: Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia, Estonia,
Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and also Norway, which does not touch the
Baltic Sea but for historic reasons is part of the Baltic Sea
More information on this training and the invitation in Russian,
Danish, Swedish and English at
Contacts into Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Norway and Russia are
developed but not into the other countries.
If any of you have contacts to Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and
Finland, please let me know or establish a direct link. It is clear
that we have the question of finances again but we will address that
challenge when confronted with it.
For those of you interested in a training in German in Germany, I
have been asked to conduct a training along the Moscow/Hungarian
design for a public agency. They have room for up to 50 people which
is just perfect for an os-training of this kind and there are still
openings. The charm of this one is the heavy public subsidy so that
participants pay the equivalent of US$ 250 for a 4,5 days training
including full room and board...a real bargain.
Look at
There you can download information and application form.
Greetings from wintery Berlin

Michael M Pannwitz
Draisweg 1
12209 Berlin, Germany
FON +49 - 30-772 8000     FAX +49 - 30-773 92 464

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