25 year Anniversary Celebrations: The Restoration of Independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

In August 1991 Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania regained independence and international recognition. A few months before, the Nordic Council of Ministers opened offices in the three Baltic States to develop ties between the Nordic and Baltic countries. Since then, the three Baltic States have witnessed an impressive economic and political development – development that is…

Idea Camp 2017: Moving Communities

Do you have an idea that fosters the Europe we believe in: a Europe of solidarity and openness shaped and nurtured by people? Apply for the Idea Camp 2017. The theme this year is Moving Communities. 50 participants will be selected to join the 3-day Idea Camp in Spain in March 2017. After the Idea…

A tribute to Alexandra and Jesper

We would like to dedicate this post to Alexandra Dobrinoiu and Jesper Hansen whom we’ve known since 2010 when they first became involved with IUC through one of our projects, Waves of Democracy. At the time, the latter took place in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Warm congratulations on your marriage and your future life together!

“Teaching Solidarity”

  Congenial atmosphere and productive, free-flowing and enjoyable exchanges characterised the four days of intense training (10 – 14th of April), organised by our partner organisation – EUNET, and facilitated by a group of experienced trainers in the field of education. The course, which took place in Gläntan – a secluded area in Sweden that…

Youth on the Move – Program

Youth on the Move International working seminar in Copenhagen May 6th, 2016, 09:30 – 14:30 Venue (new): Sankt Annæ Gymnasium, Sjælør Boulevard 135, 2500 Valby   The seminar day will provide a space for exchange and debate on tools, best practice and project experiences for international educators, navigators, students and guests from our network and beyond. The…

Report: Migration – Refugees and Labor

December 10-11 the Danish Cultural Institute in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania arranged and hosted – as a part of the My!Europe project supported by the ‘Europe for Citizens’ program – the conference ‘Migration – Refugees and Labor’ in Latvia’s National Library, located in the capital city Riga. The conference gathered 110 participants from 14 different…