Kraków’s Hidden Treasures: A Semester of Museum Marvels
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by Euroculturer Magazine
2M ago
Picture this: a city where every cobblestone whispers tales of a rich history, where the past breathes through architectural marvels and cultural gems.  As you stroll along its streets, you're enveloped by the echoes of old legends, the scent of freshly baked obwarzanki, traditional krakowian bread, and the vibrant colours of the city. Every step you take brings you further into the centre of Krakow's captivating story, where each museum reveals tales from the past and every building holds secrets waiting to be discovered. Welcome to a city where history comes to life, the past and presen ..read more
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“Climate Terrorism”: The Dangers of Criminalising Climate Activism
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by Euroculturer Magazine
2M ago
Climate terrorism is a term increasingly used by the media to describe the non-violent protests of climate activists around the world. Is it appropriate? I argue that no, it’s neither accurate nor appropriate. Using this kind of discourse is harmful, as it can be used to justify violence against activists and it shifts the focus away from the real urgency – the climate crisis. Whether one agrees or disagrees with non-violent civil disobedience, criminalising climate activism and framing activists as terrorists is not the answer ..read more
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Euroculture IP – A junction of friendship, inspiration, networking, and much more
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by Euroculturer Magazine
3M ago
The last week of June is an exciting time for the Euroculture people. Why? Because it is when the Euroculture Intensive Programme, the IP, is hosted by one of the Euroculture Partner Universities. The 2023 IP was hosted by the Palacký University in Olomouc. Under the theme of "No Europe for the Young," Euroculture students conducted research and presented their papers within their working groups. However, the IP is not all about writing papers and presenting them.  If you are curious about what the IP looks like, continue reading this article ..read more
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Shifting Sands: The Sahel’s Pivot from Paris to Moscow
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by Euroculturer Magazine
3M ago
In the intricate mosaic of geopolitics, the Sahel region has emerged as a focal point of shifting alliances and strategic recalibrations. Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso, erstwhile stalwarts of the G5 Sahel alliance, have not only severed ties with the group but have turned towards an unexpected ally – Russia. This geopolitical pivot has not only strained long-standing relationships but has also opened a new chapter in the West-East rivalry in Africa ..read more
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Euroculture beyond the Acceptance Letter
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by Euroculturer Magazine
4M ago
Calling all Euroculture dreamers! Embark on an adventure with Elidad as he navigates the exciting process of acceptance, obtaining a residence permit, and building a life in Uppsala, Sweden. His journey is like a treasure trove of insights that can be helpful for non-European students seeking to join the Euroculture program. Follow Elidad’s footsteps for some valuable advice, and to prepare for a transformative experience in Europe that will broaden your horizons ..read more
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Echoes of Ukraine: The Unveiling of Kazakh National Identity in the Face of Regional Turmoil
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by Euroculturer Magazine
5M ago
The war in Ukraine has had a profound impact on the global stage. Virtually every region and country has experienced some form of change related to this conflict, whether it be economic effects, a reassessment of foreign and domestic policies, or the acceptance of millions of refugees and displaced persons. Central Asian countries have also felt the repercussions of the war on the region, an influence that perhaps only residents of post-Soviet states can fully comprehend. Amidst this geopolitical turmoil, I have witnessed a growing sense of patriotism and a renewed appreciation for Kazakhstan ..read more
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Shaping Tomorrow: Insights from the World Forum for Democracy at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg
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by Euroculturer Magazine
6M ago
In a global context overwhelmed by the challenges posed by ongoing crises, the Forum emphasized the pillar role of democracy as a prerequisite for lasting peace. However, in the course of the various Labs and discussions that occurred during the 3-day forum, many highlighted the threats to democracy can be anywhere and everywhere. The youth, are not only the future but the main actors of this world, they can fight for social justice, climate crisis, economic and gender inequalities among other issues of our times ..read more
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Greening finance: exploring the new EU taxonomy and its impact on sustainable investments
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by Euroculturer Magazine
6M ago
The 2020 EU Taxonomy is reshaping sustainable finance with a clear focus on climate, water, circular economy, and pollution prevention. More than a regulatory measure, it guides businesses toward transparency and investors to eco-friendly investments. Challenges include balancing ambition and feasibility and addressing small business concerns. In a nutshell, the EU Taxonomy charts a green future, highlighting the need for collaboration and commitment ..read more
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Home Away from Home: A Tale of a Filipino Erasmus Mundus Scholar’s Journey in Euskadi
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by Euroculturer Magazine
7M ago
Living abroad can be a challenge and it is common to feel homesick every now and then. But with a bit of luck you might find people from your country that help you through this moment. In this article, Gian Paulo Rotersos Paglinawan tells us the story of how their experience in Bilbao allowed them to find a home away from home, between friendships, good food and faith ..read more
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Internship Experiences in Brussels
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by Euroculturer Magazine
1y ago
Brussels… the destination for many Euroculture students. Every year, a considerable number of Euroculture students follow their dreams and start an internship in the “European capital”. Are you considering an internship in Brussels? Are you curious to know where Euroculture students found an internship during their third semester? If so, then you’re in luck! This piece collects the experiences of students who opted for the professional track and spent their third semester in Brussels. Let’s dive right in ..read more
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