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Bibiana Košová

Bibiana Košová studies Transcultural Communication in German, English and Czech language at the University of Vienna. She loves languages and has been working as an interpreter as well as social media strategist. Intercultural communication, movie-making and leadership are some of her passions.

Masa Djordjevic

Masa Djordjevic holds a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Journalism and Communications from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade. She finished the Artimedia Arts High school in the department of acting, graduating as best student of the class. Masa is actively engaged in student organisations and NGOs, contributing to the promotion of European values and encouraging youth activism. She has been an editor and journalist of a...

Carina Autengruber

Carina Autengruber is the President of the European Youth Forum and originally from Austria. Her academic background includes development studies, gender studies and political science and she has been working in a consulting company for more than 8 years. From 2014 to 2016, Carina was active in the Austrian National Youth Council as European Youth Delegate representing the voice of young people living in Austria on the European level. In 2017...

Hassna Debboun

Hassna Debboun I live in Brussels and have graduated in the field of social and professional inclusion as well as pedagogy. I am a trainer in charge of youth projects, helping young people to take active roles within society, to succeed and to live a good life. I am also active in the field of inter-religious dialogue and I embrace voluntary actions to help fellow citizens in need. I am very sensitive for justice, and democracy for all is my...

Imagine l’Europe en 2050

by Menouar Bensalma D’ici à l’année 2050, tout les facteurs seront réunis pour que l’Europe soit dévastée par le changement climatique. Cependant, grâce à l’avancée de la technologie et la volonté de la communauté, non seulement européenne mais aussi mondiale, de sauver le vieux continent, on parviendra à éviter le pire, et cela grâce aux nouvelles lois qui seront votées au Parlement européen, notamment l’abolition...

Young European Ambassadors – let’s go south!

by Philipp Brugner Hallo, mein Name ist Philipp. Ich bin in Wien zuhause. Ich bin seit drei Jahren österreichischer Vertreter bei den Europäischen Jugendbotschaftern für die Östlichen Partnerländer. In diesen drei Jahren habe ich sehr viele Sachen gesehen und erlebt, die meine Meinung  über die Europäische Union sehr stark und nachhaltig geprägt haben. Ich habe aber gleichzeitig auch sehr viele Menschen getroffen und treffe diese weiterhin, die...

Katerina Katsigianni

Katerina Katsigianni is an Architect and Lighting designer based in Athens, Greece. Before obtaining her diploma in Architecture Engineering at the University of Volos, Greece, she studied at the University of Sevilla, as part of a European exchange study programme. At the same time, Katerina worked in a multinational environment at the architectural practice Ensamble Studio in Madrid, Spain. Speaking a variety of different languages (Greek...

Inna Sandiuk

Inna Sandiuk is a co-founder of startup company providing online courses of English for entrepreneurs and IT specialists. She served as a Ukrainian youth delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 and was a fellow to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. During her mandates, she twice delivered statements at the UN premises regarding issues related to social and humanitarian affairs, and human rights...

ONCE AGAIN!

by Shariful Islam Europe had always been the region of innovation that broke barriers to advance the human race. Newspaper, Telephone, Submarine, Helicopter, and even the world-wide-web, are all European inventions. However, at present time when innovation is more important than any time before, Europe is lagging behind. The reason for this are policy and priority. EU countries spend less than 2% of GDP in R&D, which is far less than that of...