November is the month of gratitude, and though it is rough this year, it is a reminder that we must reflect, be mindful and grateful for what we have already achieved, while setting goals and aiming higher and higher. And so did Tomasz Sobania, a 23-year-old guy, who ran the equivalent of a marathon every […]
“Cairo is in a state of becoming…We just don’t know what it’s becoming yet.” — Daniel Joseph Monti, Michael Ian Borer, Lyn C. Macgregor In 2020, Egypt’s population officially hit 100 million people. Most Egyptians are crammed into the banks of the Nile River. Cairo’s capital city has proliferated over the last few decades: it […]
Macedonia against Germany – for many people that’s just another football game, for Macedonia, since the 31st of March 2021, it is part of their sports history. Half a year later, both teams were entering the ring again, this time in Skopje, and for me it was the perfect occasion to see the German national […]
Diversity & anti-discrimination was the main topic of the “PeerAct” training course in Struga. Youth in the partnership countries still discriminate and show intolerance towards their peers (based on religion, gender, ethnicity, race, disability, or sexual orientation or simply not fitting the social norms). This situation is not compatible with EU values, and a solution […]
Some people find it extremely rewarding to push their boundaries. One of the ways to do that is a seemingly simple activity – running. Certain runners have decided to use this passion for constant challenges to help others. Tomasz Sobania, a Polish runner, set himself the goal of running the marathon distance every day to […]
Three years ago a teacher from Macedonia came up with an idea. He was teaching German in Vienna when a primary school student was looking out the window at the grey school walls. “Why don’t we make them more colorful”, he suggested? That’s how Gerasim Dimitrov started the art project “Let’s heal the world with colors.” He started in Vienna in 2019 and eventually implemented the project in his home country Macedonia. The first group to support his idea was the “German Teacher […]
Aston Martin passes the streets of picturesque Italy. The girl asks the driver to speed up, to which the driver replies: “We don’t need to go faster. We have all the time in the world.” This is how “No Time to Die”, the newest Bond begins, although so far in every other movie, he was […]
When we think of a witch, the first thing to pop up in our heads is an old, green-skinned hag riding a broom in the night sky, with a black cat next to her. Or rather, that’s what the media made us think of witches. But how do they look like then?
Dimce Ackov spent his last five years living in nature in a house he built himself. We visited his eco-village to talk about sustainability, his connection to nature, and his life far away from civilization.
The spectre of the covid pandemic has often been feared, but as the time goes by, its effects are increasingly visible. A significant part of the world faces a severe inflation and no one can really predict how long it will last. What are the causes and the characteristics of this inflation? Here are parts […]
We interviewed this week a brilliant student from the Saints Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, called Maca Marinkovic. She provided us with some details about her passion, that is architecture, talking about her different fields of study, her expectations as well as the history of architecture in Skopje and the different styles that compose […]
“Njeriu nuk humb asgjë nëse sillet mirë me një kafshë.” – Aktori amerikan Joaquin Phoenix “Përgjatë gjithë kohërave, qentë kanë qenë miqtë më të mirë të njerëzve. Njerëzit dhe qentë kanë jetuar së bashku për 15,000 vjet. Qentë janë anëtarë besnikë të familjeve dhe luajnë një rol të rëndësishëm në sferën e punës, ku ata […]