Category Archives: Escape & Migration

The Road Forward

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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

Our European Wishes


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!

Peace for Everybody

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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

Modern Pirates


With a lack of a stable government in Libya and the uncertain administration of other Middle East and Northern African countries, the issue of migration is out of control, whilst smugglers and human traffickers are able to work in freedom. The lack of order has taken its toll with 4 million Syrians reported to have fled from the country in 2015. Another million have spread throughout Europe which has alarmed the continent. These traffickers also called the “Modern Pirates” are

Through His Eyes


In the early summer of 2014, a massive prison breakout happens at Abu Ghraib, a prison for lifetime sentenced convicts . More than 1800 criminals escaped that day and headed into Anbar’s (biggest state in Iraq) desert; many searches for them went down. Two months later, a new organisation’s name comes up in the news showing proof and talking about brutal assasinations, DAESH, known for media followers only, a group of serial killers if so to speak who conduct random

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