Action:Infotour Around The Baltic Sea/Meeting 26-27 April 2010

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Baltic Sea Map with locations of nuclear industry

The meeting will start at 10:00 on Monday morning (26th). It's best to be at the place on Sunday evening. Please tell us if you want to come, especially if you want to arrive earlier or not until Monday. tour AT[1]


  1. Tour Stop in Greifswald
    • talk with locals about the tour and start to plan the hows and whos
    • scheduled for Monday, 17:00!
  2. LeSabot's role
    • how much of the kitchen part will be overtaken - what else is to be done by the other participants...
    • more details how food stuff would work
  3. Additional funding
    • everything needs to be low cost - groups should try to organise money for themselves
    • which costs won't be avoidable, so that we have to cover them? (as sooner we get clear about some figures the better)
  4. Further promotion
    • distribution of the new materials (posters, postcards, flyers)
    • inviting people and organizations by email/post (using the letter draft)
  5. Visibility strategies
    • how do we want to promote the topics / issues of the infotour? What are the visibility strategies of the Baltic Sea Info Tour?
  6. Local stops of individual people
    • we need to find out who will join the Tour for which parts to be able to plan and coordinate the activities...
  7. Public relations issues
    • who would write / help with writing press releases for the infotour?
    • who would help with translations of press releases to different languages?
    • who has media contacts and could forward press releases to them?
    • who is willing to be interviewed by media regarding the infotour?
  8. Means of transport
    • e.g. LeSabot gear, but also if there will be other vehicles
    • is it fine to use only public transport or do people wish that there will also be parts of the infotour done (or combined with) other means like bicycles, caravans, boat, ...? If so, someone needs to ask around for these means of transport and start to organize them
    • there will probably be not enough funding to cover all the travel costs - can we expect that all participants pay parts of their travel expenses or how should we deal with this issue?
  9. Coordination / reliability
    • we will need people who will stay in contact with the local groups (contact and coordination)
      • still needed for: St. Petersburg, Belarus, Poland
      • Falk is doing that already for: Copenhagen, Malmö, Stockholm, Olkiluoto, Oulu, Aland, Helsinki and Loviisa
      • for Greifswald it should be done also by Falk + probably by G.Beck...
      • for Riga K. is themselves involved in the whole framework coordination, so that should be fine
  10. Baltic Map project
    • explain the idea and find out who is willing to help to develop the project (doing investigations and gathering information on the map webpage)
  11. repression issues / legal stuff
    • we should gather these information for the countries the infotour will visit
    • where are the information gathered at the meeting in Helsinki?
  12. baltic nuclear stuff brochure (follow up of the infotour)
    • this will probably be a topic for later, because Falk has to give an introduction about it (but won't attend this meeting)


ikuwo in Greifswald, Goethestraße 1.

There are beds and bedsheets, so you don't need to bring sleeping mat and bag. We'll cook for ourselves and we can buy organic food from the food cooperative, but it's not clear yet if this is already possible on Sunday, so bring some basic supplies for that evening if you can.

how to get there

Greifswald is about 4 hours by train from Hamburg and max. 3 hours from Berlin. website from bahn

Ikuwo is a less than 10 minutes walk from the main train station of Greifswald. Standing in front of the station, follow Bahnhofstraße to the east. After 5 juctions, the street changes its name to Goethestraße and the first house on the right is ikuwo. On the left side, there is a school. (map)


We don't have funding for the meeting, so everybody is asked to pay for themselves if possible. Of course, if you can't afford it, we can support you. Just ask.

ikuwo asks for a donation.

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