Tag Archives: diversity

Traveling by train and other digressions

Traveling by train is, in my opinion, a way more interesting experience in comparison to selecting the aircraft solution. This is even more accurate for an outbound journey. Here are first a few ideas related to this topic, followed by several thoughts tackling a wider scope. First, I think traveling by train is pleasant as […]

Interview with Derya Yazar

She was born in Turkey, in 1971. She studied photography and videography master’s degree and a healthcare management master’s degree. She is named Excellent Honor Artist Photographer (FIAP EFIAP) by FIAP (Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique). First, she started photography with newborn photos in hospitals. She has women entrepreneurship, communication, fast reading, sign language certificates. […]

Together Stronger

In these days of uncertainty and ordeals, I do think the paradigm “United we stand, divided we fall” is firmly convincing. As an illustration, the solutions impulsed by border-regions decision-makers are tellingly evocative. Baden-Württemberg, through its Minister-President Mr.Kretschmann, followed by two other German Bundesländer (Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate), three Swiss cantons, and Luxembourg, announced its decision […]

P.R.O.U.D.

On this training course, which took place in a charming small village of Laguepie, France, participants from different countries went deeper into the topics of gender equality. Promoting Rights and Opportunities to Understand Diversity – The training started with introduction and “getting to know to each other”- games and team building activities to create the […]