YourThought.eu Interviews: being an European is growing as a community, by Diogo

In May 2017, we met Diogo during a workshop held by the Rato-ADCC Association at the high school Manuel Cargaleiro,…

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YourThought.eu interviews: Ahmednur, 26, Helsinki, Suomi

Ahmednur is a Somali, so-called second-generation immigrant, a young adult born between two cultures. Ahmednur is working for the Somali…

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YourThought.eu Interviews: Ana, from Portugal – the EU should not impose identical models

Ana Garcia, student, lives in Portugal and is of Brazilian origin. She agreed to talk to us about what it…

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European identity is elusive, by Annmarie Kiiskinen

As Paul Gilroy said, identity is elusive; it is an essence of self-understanding, related to the notion of belongingness to…

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YourThought.eu Interviews: Luca, ti definiresti italiano o europeo?

Luca, Italian, 26 years old, works and lives in Genoa. In his free time after work, he volunteers with Shanti…

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Kiev Workshop: Solidarity in Ukraine

  Report on Solidarity discussion group Kiev Workshop: Your Europe, Your Thought, Your Identity 09.09.2017   During the last years…

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Kyiv Workshop: Integration, Mobility and Fighting Stereotypes

Kyiv Workshop: Your Europe, Your Thought, Your Identity (Sep 9, 2017)   Working Group on Integration, Mobility and Fighting Stereotypes…

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Workshop: Your Europe, Your Thought, Your Identity

Europe is often seen as a dream land. Welcoming, equal, fair, just and prosper. But is it really so?  …

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YourThought.eu: Carolina, from Portugal, on a curious Europe, waiting to expand

Summer is the time for sun, fun and reflection on new ideas and projects that may come in our lifes.…

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YourThought.eu: Lena Kozyr, from Ukraine, on European values and integration

For the past two months we’ve gathered opinions of experts from different corners of Europe. We’ve asked them to comment…

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