Tag Archives: European

Peace for Everybody

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

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

Strange World We Live in

– Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States of America (1933-1945) Immigration is part of history. This process has been ongoing during the whole journey of man-kind. The reasons for these people to immigrate include both positive and negative factors, such as immigrating in order to reunite with their families or even due to negative aspects such as the hope of having a better quality of life due to the miserable conditions that they live in. But the current