Mediterranean Youth and Refugees on the Move for Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange

  It is revolutionary: an innovative possibility to share different views, learn from each other, and better understand different perspectives, a young Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange participant explained.   Since 1987, when the Erasmus project started, 9 million people have taken part in it, according to data collected by the European Commission. It might be considered … Continued

Syria’s Refugee Women in Crisis

Having spent the last eleven months in Amman, Jordan, I have witnessed a great deal of social upheaval. Large portions of the Jordanian population are struggling to cope with the multiple impacts that regional crises, such as the ongoing displacement of Syria’s population following its revolution in 2011, are having. What caught my attention the … Continued

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