lgbtq+ event

lgbtq+and migration: an event by sympraxi

The migration crisis concerns all of us at different scales. Sympraxi, who works on gender issues, organized an event on the 25 January here in Thessaloniki to gather people affected by this topic and talk about it.A documentary was screened to illustrate this theme and also involve an unknown topic in the migration crisis: The […]

Another battle lost for young students in Hungary

I was in my third year, studying audiovisual communication and motivated by previously unknown arts, such as art, photography and cinema when I discovered a film that aroused all my curiosity for Hungary, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, it had it all, a strange mix between an extravagantly perfect photography and a great sense of humor. […]

Eleftharias Square, July 1942

The Mother of Israel forgotten in a parking lot  

January 27 marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Every year we pay tribute to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust in order not to forget and to reaffirm, today and every day, our determination to oppose anti – Semitism and any other form of intolerance. However, sometimes […]

verona city

The City of Love

In the north of Italy, a cloudy and foggy city welcomes tourists with its romantic and peaceful streets. Before we name the city, let’s continue with some more tips and fun facts. The city, which is one of the important tourism centers of the country, is home to many monuments from the classical Roman period […]

Veganuary — What’s the point of eating vegan for a month?

Veganuary is a plant-based food challenge during the month of January. It’s a campaign to encourage people to try veganism in January. It’s been run by a UK-based charity since 2014. The movement got its start out of a desire to protect the environment, stop animal suffering, and enhance the health of millions of people. […]

October 17, 1961, a colonial massacre

The night of October 17, 1961, was one of the last representations of hatred of French colonial hegemony. It represents this authoritarian trade of the French Government of those who were once called the French Muslims of Algeria.In 1961, Algeria was a French territory colonized in 1830 and divided into departments. Algeria’s war of independence […]

Are new year’s resolutions powerful or pointless?

As a child, I loved reading. In the following years I never completely stopped reading, but I struggled to finish the books I started. Obviously, there is nothing wrong with putting a book down when it really doesn’t tickle your fancy, but I was at a point where I couldn’t finish any book even though […]

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