Monthly Archives: November 2014

Perceptions of Democracy: Youth Participation Outside the Ballot Box, Yerevan, Armenia, 2014

by Kerli Kirsimaa From November 5th to 12th  2014 a group of international young people from countries such as Ukraine, Georgia, Romania, the Neherlands, Denmark, Germany, France, Bosnia, Estonia and Moldova, took part in a training course called ‘Youth Participation Outside the Ballot Box’, A project organized by Danish organization of Support Initiative for Liberty and […]

Crossing the Baltic’s Survey: Baltic Sea Region – Phantom or Reality?

What is the Baltic Sea Region? How can we best define it? Does the region actually exist or is it just a spatial construct? And is there a common Baltic Sea Region identity? These are just a few examples of questions that occur again and again as part any discussion about the Baltic Sea Region. […]

DEBATTE Conference: ‘Crisis and Resistance in Central and Eastern Europe’ 22-23 November 2014, Warsaw, Poland

by Iulius-Cezar Macarie Since the collapse of Communism in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) twenty-five years ago, Europe has seen periods of social unrest and economic crisis coupled with revolts against austerity plans.  Social resistance has been growing across the CEE against the neo-liberal economic model with its disastrous effects on the national economies of the […]

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