On December 26 hundreds of young people left Berlin and headed marching towards Aleppo. What they demanded is help for civilians, protection of human rights and reaching a peaceful solution for the conflict in Aleppo.
The Civil March already passed through seven countries and has now arrived in Macedonia. We used this unique opportunity to talk with Anna Alboth and see her perspective of the Civil March for Aleppo.
Mladiinfo: A mother of two, journalist, blogger, activist – who is actually Anna Alboth?
Anna: All of this! It’s just all consequence one of another. As a journalist I gathered a lot of knowledge, as a blogger – I gathered some publicity and followers, as a mother – sensitivity... Read More »
A dreamer. A believer. An achiever. The man, who influenced my life and made me who I am today, and who deserves his story to be heard. I want to share a story about the most important and loved man in my life. My grandfather.
I have spent my entire life without a father, and if anyone has ever been close to a fatherly role and figure in my life it was my granddad. We shared the grief and lack of an important figure in our lives since he grew up without his mother. I believe this mutual understanding of a loss or absence of someone we needed and wanted close to us, was exactly what created... Read More »
When it comes to personal growth, more and more people understand the need for constant learning and self-determination. Most of them are aware of the pressure society puts on us, and know that in order to grow, to keep on inspiring others, but also leave enough room to shape yourself to the changes of today’s world, you have to be open towards learning.
Recently I had an “inspiration call” to get in touch with a colleague of mine with whom I haven’t talked for a long time. After starting to work for a company that is a leader in the field of personal growth, spirituality and mindfulness, she got the opportunity to see the world from a... Read More »
Imagine being a person that grew up in a small town lost all alone in a city of 6 million with a dead cellphone battery and no local currency. Scary huh? That is exactly the position I found myself in on the 10th of September 2011, exactly a day after I moved from Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (population around 150 000 at best, including cats) to Ankara, Turkey (population 6 million excluding students). I will probably never forget that evening. One moment I thought I knew exactly where I was and how to get home, and the next I could have sworn was that the metro station was right there but it wasn’t, and I very vaguely remembered... Read More »
Fashion is one of the industries that have been integrated with IT (Information Technology) field in order to introduce different fashion trends and lifestyle portals for Arab women. One of the leading portals that have been running for nine years is called Fustany (meaning my dress). This portal has changed and shaped the community not only in Egypt but in other Arabian countries as well. It is mostly providing up-to-date news about fashion, beauty, health, lifestyle, weddings and arts for Arab women.
Amira Azzouz, Fustany’s founder, earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Engineering from the German University in Cairo (GUC). She launched Fustany when she was a student at GUC. Her main vision was to inspire Arab... Read More »
11 June 2011, the USA. Claire Manning, a charming young lady from Oklahoma, knows very little about Eastern Europe. She has just graduated from the University of Chicago with a major in comparative human development. As she feels she wants to be a teacher, Claire applies for a placement with Teach for America. The day after her graduation ceremony, she is already on her way to a place where the aspiring teachers’ training is set to take place.
24 June 2016, Bulgaria. This is Claire’s last day as an English teacher at the foreign language school in the town of Sliven in the framework of Fulbright Bulgaria. She has spent the past two years in the town... Read More »
After the Egyptian revolution in 2011, the co-working space concept started to flourish. Young Egyptian youth started launching different initiatives to tackle many social problems. The revolution increased their ownership over their communities.
The co-working spaces have supported many initiatives that allowed organizations and entrepreneurs to connect and work together for a greater impact. AlMaqarr (means The Headquarters) was one of the pioneers that started actively supporting NGOs, initiatives, and student organizations by hosting them in their premises and offering mentorship, training, and network, so they can operate effectively and grow to tackle community’s problems.
Muhammad Nagi, AlMaqarr founder and MD, studied English Languages and Literature at The University of Ain Shams. Mohamed is an entrepreneur... Read More »
This is the final part of the short series of true EVS stories. The idea behind this series was for young people to understand what EVS actually is, and to hear that there is information that is actually hidden behind the official statistics.
«2.4. Practical arrangements
The Receiving Organisation must take care of the practical arrangements in order to support and guide the volunteer from the moment of his/her arrival in the host country. The volunteer is entitled to free board and lodging. Her/his accommodation must remain available for her/him throughout the entire service period, including holidays. The Receiving/Coordinating Organisation must ensure that the volunteer can live in safe and clean accommodation and can eat... Read More »
Young talented Slovak musician, Ester Wiesner is studying at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, and right now is in her final year of the Bachelor Degree in Jazz Composition and Vocal Performance. Ester is planning to spend a couple more years in the US performing, teaching and studying a Master Degree. Eventually, she’d like to come back to Slovakia and start a school of jazz and contemporary music. Ester told us about her studies in the US, future plans and encouraged us on having an entrepreneurial spirit and to be open-minded.
Mladiinfo: When did you have your ‘first touch’ with the music? How did the beginnings of your career look like?
We continue our series of true stories about EVS life. Taking Erasmus+ Programme EVS Info Kit «What to expect from EVS» as an official guide into volunteers life and the examples of real experiences, we compare how it should be and how it might happen. Read carefully, maybe one day it can save your life as a future EVS volunteer:)
«2.2. Financial and administrative rules
The volunteer can request and must receive help from the organizations in obtaining a visa if so required by the legislation of the host country. If asked to do so in due time, the National/Executive Agency or SALTO can also issue letters supporting the volunteer’s visa application».