As a twenty-first century global citizen, I cannot complain about globalization. Now let’s focus on the key-word “global”: What does it really mean? Is it a good phenomenon or a prejudicial one? Will my children call themselves “global citizens” as well? It is innate to human nature to highlight the pros and ignore the cons in every situation. However, I believe this time we need to be extremely careful with the neglected consequences of a globalized world.
21 May 2015
Berlin Workshop: We enjoyed two interesting days on big data in Germany’s capital on 15 and 16 June. Read On
13 Apr 2015
Get2Gather in Madrid: 23 - 26 April 2015
At the conference 70 students from 16 countries discussed gender equality, education, religion, diversity and employment in Europe. They elaborated the second edition of their European Youth Manifesto and presented it to the press. Read On
Meet the Get2Gather participants
All participants are members of the Youth Council for the Future. They are aged 15 to 24 and won the “My Europe” writing contests in their home countries Read On