Category Interview

Queen of the Viola

Tuba Ozkan, associate professor at Mersin University, aka queen of the viola. She is a professor, a teacher, and a musician. The thing that makes her special is her capability of working in different environments and with different kinds of people. She can teach an 8-year-old student in the morning and the next day she […]

Now is always the right time

ESC volunteering in time of Corona. Interview with Nevin Kanzo. In every upcoming period, the life itself confront us with challenges that we have to face. Not always, the action and mobility means that we are going forward and respond appropriately to the challenge. Sometimes we have to stop for a certain time and reconsider […]

To the future and for us

Interview with Young Friends of the Earth Macedonia for VOICES magazine What are the Balkan Regional Forum and Balkan Green Deal? The Balkan Regional Forum was a 3-day online event and an open platform for organizations, individuals, initiatives, and institutions from the Balkan countries to jointly discuss and create the Balkan Green and Just Recovery […]

The soul of old items

How do you describe your job?Excellent, thrilling. I love it. What is the hardest point of your job?The hardest point of my job is when people don’t appreciate antiques. For them, it’s just an old object, so they throw it away. The hardest one and I don’t like it but it’s what it is. How […]

How I will change society: Lina Staškevičiūtė

Lina is a 22-year-old multimedia designer from Lithuania living in Denmark. She is a professional hitchhiker, traveler, dreamer, and burner. She runs several art and community projects at Institut for(X) in Aarhus, Denmark. Among other projects, she started Aarhus Burns and “Foodsharing” Aarhus. Lina was selected for the project “European Youth at the frontlines of […]

How I will change society: Shubhdeep Singh Parwana

Shubhdeep Singh Parwana lives in Aarhus, Denmark and he is a cultural entrepreneur, artist and visual anthropology student. He finds inspiration in working with curiosity and ownership as methods to engage himself and others around him. His project is the creation of a mini festival and a series of different cultural events created by young […]

How I will change society: Javier Esteves

Javier Esteves, Argentinian entrepreneur living in Aarhus, Denmark, has engaged into a social project called ”The New Creative Tenants”, where a group of 12 homeless Danish youngsters will start living in a cultural center called UngdomsKulturHus (UKH), as part of an experiment for social inclusion. Throughout this process, the main idea is to sort things […]

How I will change society: Jonatan Nordentoft de Regt

Jonatan Nordentoft de Regt is occupied daily as a musician and cultural entrepreneur in the city of Aarhus in Denmark. Currently involved as a project coordinator in the newly established cultural platform “Open the Kimono”, that aims to create an international conglomerate of cultural platforms, based in Aarhus. Very often cultural industries and organisations find […]

How I will change society: Capucine Chandon

Capucine Chandon (26, based in Denmark) considers herself a European citizen, as she has lived in a few different countries already. With a background in Communication and Photojournalism, she has put all her focus on her passion for bringing people together in nature. Capucine was selected for the project “European Youth at the frontlines of […]

How I will change society: Lidia Fernandes Rodriguez

Lidia is a 27 years old girl from Spain. Currently she works as a social integrator and studies social work. She is also educated and have experience in the health sector. Lidia always wanted to work in sectors in direct contact with people, accompanied with a significant emotional burden. She has gone looking for different […]

How I will change society: Laia Cuadro Segarra

As a good integrator, Laia brings together years of experience and dealings with a large number of people. Since their adolescence they have been involved as a monitor and a leader in recreational centres geared towards children, which clearly highlighted their career goals, so they ended up studying social integration. During their academic placement carried […]