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Integration Instead of Resignation

A new year comes with new challenges, but can we actually expect a change? In the conversation with the Geography teacher Mrs. Tebart it becomes present that respect is one of the main forces to encounter integration. For more ideas and interesting facts listen to her interview and let us know what you think! http://www.europeanyouthvoice.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Podcast_3_mixdown.mp3

2016 – Facing Challenges

As I begin to write this article on the evening of new year’s day, thoughts begin to spin around my mind on what lies ahead as for the future of the European Union and the thousands of immigrants and families that are trying to reach their perhaps “Dream Destination” to a stable and rewarding life. Many countries in Europe are still trying to get out of the global economic crisis that they faced back in 2008. The immigration crisis has

A Time to Be Kind

Christmas can have many different meanings for each individual, for some it could mean joy, family, tradition, for others it could be a time for mourning or reflection. But for all those who celebrate Christmas, it should be a time to forgive, to give, to be tolerant and kind. What I have seen today at our romanian traditional Christmas meal was nothing like it – and with politics and economics subtly becoming the predominant subjects at our family gathering, I

Let’s Speak Up with One Voice – the European Voice!

European Youth Voice reported explicitly about ideas, thoughts and political actions to handle the new European citizens from Africa and the Middle East during the last weeks. But the new perspective is not only shaped by politicians and economists, it is about every European and the way of life that is aimed for. But talking about others is much easier then talking with others. That’s why we as European Youth Voice decided to get in contact with young Europeans –

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