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Climate Warming? “Greece is Already Used to High Temperatures”

“Fridays for future” have become part of students’ weekly routine in some Western European countries. Collins Dictionary even crowned “climate strike” word of the year 2019. In South-Eastern Europe, however, this trend d... (more)

Polish Populism Plague

The Polish law students Witold Janas and Marek Kaczmarczyk sum up what happened with the Polish judiciary system since 2015 and give their view on actors and incidents in this drama.

Irish Language: Deep-Rooted or Force-Fed?

Neasa from Ireland talks about the state of the Irish language and young people’s attitudes to language and culture, and the compulsory status of Irish in schools. 

An Old Diploma And My Jump Into History

Sometimes we do not have to digdeep for historical sources, realized Decho when diving into his family history.

Cover image of government-issued brochure

If the Crisis or War Comes: Swedish Defense in the New Millennium

After being at standstill for some time, Sweden has reintroduced mandatory enlistment for all citizens aged 16 and above. How do Swedish teenagers react?

Female Changemakers: Maro Makashvili – a Writer Dying as a Nurse

Nato from Georgia reflects on how Maro Makashvili – the first woman awarded with the Georgian Order of National Hero – affected her way of thinking.

Of Dogs, Virtual Discos and Civic Engagement. Young Europeans in Times of the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus is everywhere: in the news, on social media, our personal communication and even in our thoughts. High numbers of infected and dead people on the news frighten many of us as much as the lockdown impacts o... (more)

One Telegram, Six Words, Thirty-five Letters

Neasa from Ireland tells us the story of a telegram: A piece of paper that enabled her family to be reunited and without which she wouldn't be alive.

Sofia Red Army Monument in Multicolour: Art, Vandalism or Protest?

Liliana from Bulgaria invites us to take a look at a 1954 World War II memorial, which has been used as an instrument for political expression, vandalism – or some would call art.

What can we Learn from Singapore? Lessons on Multiculturalism

A state system based on the classification of race actually works? Martin from Bulgaria studied for one year in multicultural Singapore and discovered the key to its social cohesion. Find out how the country benefits fro... (more)

@work Day 5+6: Opening the Exhibition #regionaleye

During the last days of the Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue, the participants summarize their impressions in a exhibition.

@work: We are the 2nd Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue

During the Second Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue, 50 participants from all over Europe gathered to discuss multicultural histories.

Mr. Bug Goes to Town (photo: www.flickr.com)

Memory Suitcase: Bugs, Greens and Video Tapes

What connects a childhood in wartime Yugoslavia with the cartoon of a little grasshopper in Manhattan? Milan dives into childhood memories.

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