Managing Diversity towards More Inclusive Societies

Managing Diversity towards More Inclusive Societies

Have you ever had that feeling when you are in a crowd of like-mined people who have similar lifestyle and background? It‘s cool to be understood from half a word and easily fit in, isn‘t it? Many of young people have never felt that way. Our education system, our...
Hristina about transforming conflicts in Faro, Portugal

Hristina about transforming conflicts in Faro, Portugal

Being part of the training course Transformers –“Training on youth transforming conflicts under cultural differences” was an amazing experience. I have learned a lot about the subject of conflicts and methods of solving them. All of the activities during the project...
David about the state of social entrepreneurship in Macedonia

David about the state of social entrepreneurship in Macedonia

David Aleksovski, who is working as a financial officer in Center for Intercultural dialogue, is currently involved in the implementation of te project ”SHIFT: towards online and offline entrepreneurship community”, implemented by CID and supported though the IPA...
Tabanovce’s forgotten guests: a volunteer’s confession

Tabanovce’s forgotten guests: a volunteer’s confession

This summer I was volunteering for three months, twice a week, in a transition camp in Macedonia, as an EVS volunteer. There are two transition camps in Macedonia: one called ”Vinojug” in Gevgelija, in the South of the country around 500 meters from the Greek border,...
Tamara about an unforgettable experience in Dilijan, Armenia

Tamara about an unforgettable experience in Dilijan, Armenia

Vulnerability. An emotion that I was avoiding one month ago and today, it is my way of life. I have attended more than 30 international projects and events, but none of them was like this one. When from the first day you start sharing your deepest fears, emotions,...