“Today me and Katerina went to the refugees’ camp for our lesson and almost half the class was missing. We should have noticed what have happened because of the silence that was all over the room and the students’ faces that were sad. ”Where are the other guys” I asked “did they miss school again?” and someone answered the obvious answer that they were deported. Our smiles were gone “this is the end!” I said and it was a stupid
Category Archives: Escape & Migration
Have you ever heard about European Press Prize? The award for excellence in journalism is organized every year and journalist from all over the Europe are trying to win it. This year was quite unique because journalists decided to write about really combustible topics and one of them was the immigration crisis. Final ceremony was held in Prague, Czech Republic and it was very emotional. Winners proved their personal courage to inform readers and viewers of the mainstream media about
As we are approaching the end of our term as an international project group we want to thank you for following our series of articles regarding the topic of escape and migration. This tough issue was not always easy to deal with especially regarding the tensions that surrounded us. We have provided you with extensive material that shows, how we, the young generation of the European Union, are trying to raise the bar. When it comes to international matters we
In the context of the refugee crisis we, as a project group of the European Youth Voice, organized an event to raise attention for the current European situation. In the cozy amosphere of making waffles and creating space to chat, we wanted to make people more aware of a perspective how a common European future could look like. For that reason we asked our fellow students to give their personal wishes. Here they are!
During the last months, the young European Youth Voice’s reporters made many researches and thought a lot about a common European future – with our new neighbors from all over the world. Now it’s time to take action: After the great success of the first Raise Your Voice – the European Voice! movement with our continent’s citizens, the international project group stopped over in the Westfälische Hochschule’s foyer to catch attention for this important topic – and to give young