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The following section is where I am supposed to broadcast my message and share my experiences.For the sake of simplicity, I will do my best to keep it short and sweet with a touch of personality. I hope that you find our monthly briefing interesting and useful.

The purpose of the latter is to keep our readership engaged with and informed of all the projects, causes and activities that IUC-Europe is running or supporting. Our first issue represents a modest step towards this goal and will unfold in TWO parts:

1. A personal introduction of the editor- Magdalena Tashkova
2. A follow-up on IUC’s latest project, Waves of Democracy, through an interview-style conversation with two of the organisers – Leise Sandeman and Tyler Adkins

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Editor's box

Not your typical ‘About Me’ opening

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Moving away from familiar faces and places is always difficult, but eventually rewarding as you realise how much you’ve grown and matured in the process. Back in 2008, the idea of going somewhere far away was both intensely appealing and just as much frightening.


Model European Parliament/ Baltic Sea Region

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”1100″ img_size=”full”][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text] IUC acts as an administrative coordinator for the MEP BSR, the Model European Parliament Baltic Sea Region organisation – working with youth parliaments in 11 countries in the Northern part of Europe. High school students meet twice a year to discuss current political topics related to the EU. In the upcoming session…

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