The voice of an ESC volunteer
As my time in Amazonas comes to a close, with just one more month remaining, I find myself reflecting on the valuable lessons I have learned throughout this year full of excitement.
Spring in Trešnjevka was an event held over four days with various workshops and activities in Park stara Trešnjevka. Despite the rainy start on the first day, which forced us back into the safety of walls and roofs, the event was just like a spring, blooming with life and activity.
We all have that one writer we discover in our youth. And we love that writer in a way we will never love any other writer. Mine is Joan Didion.
Here you will find fun facts about some European countries. And a way to explore them with as little cost as possible, from an expert on bargain travelling like me.
By bringing people from different backgrounds together in an environment of respect and collaboration, Capoeira can help to create a world that is more peaceful.
As part of our ESC journey, all four of us volunteers had to attend the so-called Mid-term evaluation at the end of March.
That is how the Council of Europe was born: it started on the 5th of May 1949 with only ten countries, and collected a total of 46 States throughout the years.
Right now, in the world there are 2 billion people living without access to safe water. As we can see, this is global crisis, and we can’t look away.
The second ‘semester’ of our language classes officially started in February.