• HUMANS in the loop

    HUMANS in the loop0

    Iva Gumnishka: “You can always rely on women” Postcards from Afghanistan and Somalia hang on the wall, Arabic music plays in the background. Kurdish, Dari, Arabic, English and Bulgarian are spoken. A poster stands out: “Homeland destroyed, family gone, former friends became enemies, weeks pass, years of waiting, at the end at least a shelter

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  • The Danube is my sea

    The Danube is my sea0

    Svetlana Mojic is an interior designer in Novi Sad, Serbia and designs yachts and other spaces on land, sea and air. She opened her “Salt & Water Design Studio” in 2011 as a sole proprietor. Since then she has dedicated herself to her business and today has a team of five employees. dc: Svetlana, how

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  • Youth connects – Creative Danube in Ellwangen

    Youth connects – Creative Danube in Ellwangen0

    The 48th Methodius Day in Ellwangen brought together young people from different European countries to discuss their aspirations for the future of the EU. Danube Connects was there and met the young people at a workshop. Seven members took part in our cultural journalism workshop. All young women, between 15 and 26 years old. They

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  • Bringing Danube women stories to life

    Bringing Danube women stories to life0

    A festive poster exhibition in the Museum of Ulm in summer 2018 completed the European project “Danube Women City Guide”. The international Danube Festival – a feast of encounter and exchange of people from all countries along the river Danube – provided the perfect location for the presentation of the result of the project: The

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  • Science Meets Participation

    Science Meets Participation0

    Working together towards higher levels of participation within the EU Strategy for the Danube Region The “Danube Participation Day 2017“ took place on October 17th 2017 at the Andrássy Universität Budapest (AUB) in Budapest. Prior to the annual political forum on the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, 120 participants from civil society, academia, local

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