The Baltic Sea Labour Forum brings together trade unions, governmental and employer organisations as well as parliament representatives to create sustainable regional labour markets within in the Baltic Sea Region.

Our latest project, financed by the European Social Fund, is focussing on supporting Sustainable Working Life, improving the employability and working life conditions for older persons and making sure that adequate provisions enabling and promoting active aging and lifelong learning are in place.

To date we have 28 member organisations from 8 countries, including the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference Secretariat (BSPC) and the Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat (CBSS). We welcome institutions and networks from around the BSR interested in our work to apply for an observer status. Nine institutions are currently participating in the Baltic Sea Labour Forum as an observer.