BSR Minecraft was initiated by the Nordic Council of Ministers in collaboration with the Danish Cultural Institute, and is recognized as a part of ‘Culturability BSR – Culture for Sustainable Development’ which is one of the Flagships under the EU Action Plan for the Baltic Sea Region. An ongoing partnership with UN Habitat has also been established.

However, the development of the project relies on volunteers and local institutional support and resources. Our project consists of an institutional network cooperating non-profit across borders in the Baltic Sea Region. If you have interest in being part of our institutional network, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

Institutional Network:

Denmark: Danish Cultural Institute, The Museum Lolland-Falster & Geoboxers

Estonia: Tallinn University (Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School)

Finland: City of Pori, Cultural Office

Germany (Northern): Lighthouse Foundation

Latvia: tbc.

Lithuania: Laimikis

Norway: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (Department of Fine Arts and Computer Science)

Poland (Northern): The Baltic Sea Cultural Center (Gdansk)

Russia (Northwest): tbc.

Sweden: University of Skövde (School of Informatics)

Regional Network Contacts:

Nordic Council of MinistersHELCOM & UN Habitat