Trans-Baltic Network (TBN)
1994, by peace groups in different Baltic Sea countries and participants at a conference on sustainable security, May 1994, Riga. Ceased to exist.
Promote a community of states in the Baltic region living together in sustainable security, not only from military conflict but of civil society, with clean environment, respect for human rights, participatory democracy and sustainable development; seek to give NGOs in the region a voice in regional governmental, intergovernmental and nongovernmental political processes; enable NGOs from Central and Eastern Europe to participate on an equal basis through building up civil society in those regions by economic and information support.
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A network of peace, human rights, environment and solidarity organizations. Steering Committee comprises 8 organizations.
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