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The Spring to Come

One lives in the hope of becoming a memory. This article is dedicated to the valuable memory of Mammad Amin Rasulzadeh, a prominent state figure of Azerbaijan, ideologist of the Azerbaijan National Liberation Movement and the creator of our first democratic state. He was forced to live the last 33

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More Than A Gesture

#1 Reflection about the Phenomenological Aspect of Classical Dance     From the moment I wake up until my eyes close themselves for the night, I am dancing. When I walk in the street, when I cook, I am dancing. In each gesture of everyday life, my body is acting, my

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TOP 3 UNDERRATED

Written by: Ania Borysova Photos added by: Aykhan Samadov   I am studying management at the university with a specialization in tourism business, so the topic that interests me most at this time and I would also like to explore it is how the underrated places in the countries of

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CLIMATE CHANGE: THE FORGOTTEN GOAL?

Marta Falgas

Written by: Marta Falgas “The coronavirus pandemic is now the most urgent threat facing humanity, but we must not forget that climate change is the greatest long-term threat”, said the UN Secretary-General for Climate Change, Patricia Espinosa, in a statement announcing the postponement of the climate summit scheduled for the

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Bon Voyage in Rzeszów with Aykhan Samadov

Hey, there! Do you love traveling and discovering new places? Let’s take a short e-trip in the capital city of Subcarpathian Voivodeship in Poland. YAAY!!! Our first steps will start from Rzeszów Główny railway station  which is the most important station of Rzeszów. The station offers connections to all major

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Expect the Unexpected

Written by Aleksandra Dimcheva It is a chilly September evening in Rzeszow, Poland, and one of the last ones I am going to spend in the country before going back to Bulgaria. Hearing the passing train outside the hostel which sound slowly disappears in the distance got me thinking about

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Life During the Lockdown

Written by Sinan Yeşil I consider myself a very sedentary person. I am fully aware that this lockdown had many negative impacts on the vast majority of people. However, for me, this time was valuable and beneficial. I am sure that most of you know by now, whether or not

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How can NGOs help you grow?

Written by Marcin Kielczewski #1 The inspiration  A friend of mine once told me ‘make a home wherever you go’. What he meant by that was to establish a friendship network with people from every country you visit.  That is indeed one of the greatest methods of broadening your horizons

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I don’t trust the media

Written by Itziar Acedo The Spanish media is the least credible in Europe. Only 35% of the population trust the veracity of them.   The study of the Reuters Institute for the study of journalism from Oxford University affirms that the Spanish media is the least credible in Europe. After

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Where’s the catch?

Written by Rui Fernandes I wish I knew about all the opportunities available for youth when I was 18 years old. Nowadays, young people have a handful of opportunities available in a wide range of fields of interest. From studying abroad, international internships and entrepreneurial grants, to international youth exchanges,

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