Tag Archives: community

Manifesto for Youth by Youth to Shape European Territorial Cooperation: turn your ideas into reality!

Are you interested in shaping how EU values are implemented on the ground? Are you keen to bring the European project closer to its fellow citizens?

Maritime traditions

An azure sea, golden beaches, and maybe a forest in the background – this is what a lot of the people are searching for when choosing their next summer holiday destination. Yet, beyond the more visible natural assets, coastal areas also have long traditions that characterize the coastal landscapes and historically shaped the community’s way […]

Support your local dreamer

Does it matter where you make your purchases, and to whom does it matter? Nowadays it’s really easy to just go and buy whatever you need from big supermarkets, or what’s becoming more and more popular, ordering from online. And why not? It’s much cheaper and more convenient to go and buy everything you need […]

Safeguarding heritage, or how to create bridges between people

After the Second World War, the number of projects attempting to recreate links between countries through international heritage restoration sites increased. From this ideal, REMPART network was created in France in 1966, with a strong will to welcome volunteers from abroad on its restoration sites. Consisting of 180 local associations, the network organizes voluntary workcamps […]

Creative Writing as a tool for Community Change

With the training course ‘Creative Writing as Tool for Community Change’, we aim to increase competencies of youth workers and educators to explore ways of using creative writing as tool of addressing community issues and challenges and moreover as a tool giving an opportunity to the members of the community to express their concerns, ideas […]

The Wood Wide Web … How trees communicate

A forest is a highly complex symbiotic community made up from plants, animals, bacteria and fungi that is yet hardly understood by humans. Did you know that trees are, just like humans, very social beings? And did you know, that trees actually talk to each other? Well – they don’t really talk, like the walking […]

“Lagjja e Qendrave Rinore në Evropë”: Bremen

Po shkruaj përsëri, dhe kësaj here ka të bëjë me përmbledhjen e përshtypjeve të mia mbi pjesën e dytë të Vizitës Studimore që u zhvillua në Bremen të Gjermanisë, dhe u implementua në kuadër të projektit “Lagje e Qendrave Rinore në Evropë”. Së pari, unë do të thoja të them se ishte një ndjenjë me […]

„Соседство на Младинските центри во Европа“: Бремен

Пишувам повторно, a овој пат станува збор за резиме на впечатоците од вториот дел од Студиската посета што се одржа во Бремен – Германија, спроведена во рамките на проектот „Соседство на младински центри во Европа“. Прво, би сакал да кажам дека беше навистина убаво чувство повторно да се сретнеме со луѓето кои беа дел од […]

“Neighborhood of Youth Centers in Europe”: Bremen

It is me writing again, and this time is about the summary of impressions on the second part of the Study Visit which took place in Bremen – Germany, implemented within the Neighborhood of Youth Centers in Europe project. Firstly, I would like to say that it was a really great feeling to meet again […]

Zëra të humbur? Vdekja e gjuhëve dhe rëndësia e tyre.

Mendoni sikur jeni në një shfaqje kuizi dhe dikush ju kërkon të emërtoni përnjëherë 5 gjuhë. Cilat do të ishin ato? Me shumë gjasa gjuha juaj amtare dhe disa gjuhë të tjera që janë tepër të populluara, si: anglishtja, spanjishtja, frëngjishtja apo kinezishtja. Por a e njihni gjuhën lakote, piraha, ainu, guarani apo luksemburgishten? Jo? […]

Lost Voices? The death of languages and why it matters.

Imagine you are in a quiz show and someone asks you to quickly name 5 languages. What would you come up? Probably your mothertongue and some of the big and popular languages. English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese. But do you know Lakota, Pirahã, Ainu, Guarani or Luxembourgish? No? Surprise, there are about 6000 languages in […]