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
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“…our interests can no longer be separated from those of our neighbors. Either we all loose, or we all win” Martin Schulz said in his acceptance speech after he was elected president of the European Parliament. European Union has to face a challenge. In an era of super mobility and super diversity, how do people develop the capacity to live with difference? History has shown a hardening of attitudes towards ‘others’ in difficult times. But nowadays things are worst, we
Azerbaijan is well known for its rich oil resources and problematic democratic institutions. Recent election in the beginning of October fuelled the debate about the future development of this South Caucasus country, which face many challenges concerning its economic and political orientation. After the controversy, when presidential election results were released on the screenshot of the mobile app the day before the official polls were even open, NGOs together with EU officials drew more attention to democratic issues of Azerbaijan.
It’s probably going to be cold and frustrating morning in Latvia at News Years morning. Not so much because of the weather, but more because of the touchy money change process. At the 1st January Latvians will start buying their products and pay for the rent with euro currency.
The situation with Bulgarian Roma is really complicated. In Bulgaria live almost 400 000 Roma and most of them are not educated. Many young Bulgarians try to fix the problem and to help them to integrate into society. In Bulgaria, Roma people are most commonly referred as Tsigani (pronounced [tsiɡəni]), an exonym that some Roma resent and others embrace. The form of the endonym Roma in Bulgarian is romi. The third used exonym for the Roma people is mangali, which