Polish Easter, a family (re)union

Polish Easter, a family (re)union

Poznan, Poland – Easter is a big thing in the predominantly catholic Poland. Families reunite, from all over Europe, to break bread together. Students and workers abroad return to their parents and spouses. “You won’t find a single Polish person in the UK, the Netherlands or Germany right now.” Kasper Goethals

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Exploring Serbia’s history through art

Exploring Serbia’s history through art

Serbia as the prey of three different ideologies can be seen as the main message in the latest work of Belgrade artist Aleksandar Todorovic, who expresses through his incredibly detailed paintings the pessimistic scenarios for Serbian youngsters. Coen van de Ven

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Ich bin ein Berliner!

Ich bin ein Berliner!

Well not quite yet… Myself and fellow Euroviews reporter Mercedes Robles are dining late night Berlin style, our route to our hostel has been severely deterred thanks to our decision to fly late night… Berlin style, but none the less we made it to the Holy Grail that is our home for the next week, all be it at four in the morning. Transport misdemeanours  After a night of floating around on the nocturnal buses,…

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Grandparents: Islands of rest in a young Polish life

Grandparents: Islands of rest in a young Polish life

Poznan, Poland – Ania (17) is growing up in a country that is changing fast. Poland is an express train, steaming away from the grey stereotypical Eastern-European image, shaking off the remnants of the iron curtain at high speeds. When Ania was seven years old, Poland joined the EU. Highways and city development programs changed her world. Olivia Kortas

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Athens’ 15,000 Euro Idea

Athens’ 15,000 Euro Idea

Athens, Greece – A young Greek businessman is just five seconds away from finishing presenting his startup idea and potentially winning €15,000. But one of the judges in the panel has a quick, final question to ask him before they consider giving him a prize. Evan Przesiecki

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Outside EU walls

Outside EU walls

An incomplete Team Serbia made it to Belgrade on the 25th of March, and slowly, but steadily started their work in the former Yugoslav Country. The team’s trip to Serbia, the only non-EU country on the Euroviews website, was hard on two of the three Dutch speaking members. While Coen Van De Ven spent two hours in Frankfurt Airport getting to his passport (trapped in his suitcase in the hold of an Airbus A320), Jiri…

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Team Greece have arrived in Athens

Team Greece have arrived in Athens

After a long night sleeping at the airport a tired but happy group of five arrived in Athens. After being welcomed with a shot of the Greek spirit ‘Raki’, the group was shown around the neighbourhood by their host for the trip, Pantelis, who himself is also a journalist. He told them about his struggles working as a journalist after the crisis, while advising tme on where to go to meet local young people who will be interesting…

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