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no hateOn Sunday, 9th of November 2014, EU will stand up against Fascism and Antisemitism through the No Hate Speech Movement. You all can participate online to report hate speech against Jewish people due to their identity, content that spreads fascistic ideas, or content that denies holocaust itself. The movement is inviting you to express zero tolerance towards antisemitic hate speech!

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How many litres of water do you consume every day?

Posted: 01/10/2014 by Miquel Guijalba in EKO-trip
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The Earth currently hosts 7 billion people (by the way there were 5,400 millions in 1994) and everybody needs water to live, to cook and to clean. Obviously, isn’t it? Do you know that if each inhabitant would consume the same quantity of water that one European does everyday on average, we would need two globes to provide everybody with this basic substance.
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Visit Estonia (II. Part)

Posted: 05/09/2014 by Miquel Guijalba in Planet Ej!KArtica

In front of you is the second part of the article Visit Estonia. Although Estonia is such a small country, there is much more to visit than its capital city, Tallinn!

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Visit Estonia (I. part)

Posted: 03/09/2014 by Miquel Guijalba in Planet Ej!KArtica
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Surrounded by the Baltic Sea, the great Russia, and always looking at Scandinavian countries as a model to imitate, Estonia is a small country with several lovely places to find out and an amazing history to explain to visitors. Justifiably, it was the only country to achieve independence from the Soviet Union in the 1991 by singing. In conclusion, Estonian people have great voices or Russians are almost deft. Jokes aside, this date is commemorated every four years with a worthy and emotive festival called Laulupidu.
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Abraham Gutman and Dania Darwish, a Jewish and Arab student at Hunter College in New York City decided to react immediately after the start of Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, on 8 of July. Gutman and Darwish posted a picture on the Internet under a meaningful hashtag #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies. The post encouraged hundreds of compatriots around the world to imitate them, flooding the net with lovely pictures and a clear message: two nations can coexist in peace and any attitude must be mocked. This is the last and most popular viral campaign, but it is since couple of years ago that social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube have become a powerful verbal weapon to fight against any kind of violence, dictationship or inequality.

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roma genocide

German Federal Archive (source)

During the World Word II the Roma people in Europe suffered persecution and extermination under the Nazi Regime, as West Germany recognized in 1982. Although figures are not concrete because Nazis often did not keep any account of the number of Roma sent to the camps, tortured and killed; estimates of the death toll of Roma in that time range from 220,000 to 1,500,000. This black episode of the history is named the Roma Genocide or Holocaust, although it is known by many other names like Porajmos or Samudaripen (Mass Killing, in English).

It happened just 70 years ago. The Council of Europe and Roma communities around the continent remember the genocide on the 2nd of August in order to spread the awareness about hate cruelty and to avoid any similar case in the present or the future.

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‘Work and Travel’ abroad

Posted: 30/07/2014 by Miquel Guijalba in GRAVItacija
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If you are a 18 to 30 year-old full time university student and you are looking for a new and different work, learning and leisure experience abroad you have many chances to do it through ‘Work and Travel’, a program of international cultural exchange that allows students from different countries of the world to depart on summer vacations to work and travel.

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black-heart-victims1-e13739141763521After 22nd July 2011 Norway’s hate crime , the Council of Europe and the European Union wants to condemn in this date all kind of hate manifestation. There is a petition to make 22nd July the European Day for Victims of Hate Crimes.

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Foreign Bodies, the exhibition organized by Pekarna magdalenske mreže’s French volunteers (EVS) Clémentine Clénet and Jade Clisson in Maribor’s art gallery K18, opened its doors on the 30th of June. In total, four artists, Jade Clisson (France); Ana Beltrán (Spain); Matej Jarc (Slovenia) and Sara Žičkar (Slovenia) joined their effort and works to show their reflections and thoughts about human bodies from different perspectives.

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LGBT claims freedom in Slovenia

Posted: 18/06/2014 by Miquel Guijalba in FEEL SLOVENIA
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Ljubljana Pride

Last weekend hundreds of citizens marched on the streets of Ljubljana to celebrate the 30th aniversary of the LGBT movement in Slovenia and to demand more steps forward for new rights, equal status and wider public visibility.

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