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    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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  • Strengthening the economy AND protecting nature

    Strengthening the economy AND protecting nature0

    The Interreg project “LENA – Local Economy and Nature Conservation in the Danube Region” aims to build an important bridge in the Danube region: strengthening local economy and local nature conservation at the same time. In this way, all participants should benefit from sustainability. LENA has set itself the task of uniting people and nature

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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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  • Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero <br/> Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero
    Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina
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    When you think of Bosnia and Herzegovina, war automatically comes to your mind. But this young European country wants to show the world how beautiful it actually is. We visit the historically interesting capital and take a trip to the country’s sumptuous nature. “Tomorrow, we’re driving to Prokoško Jezero”, says Faruk Osmanović, owner of the

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EUSDR | Danube connects und Verlag danube books bei der Netzwerkveranstaltung "Perspektive Donau" der Baden-Württemberg Stiftung in Stuttgart.
Die Baden-Württemberg Stiftung hat aus dem Programm PERSPEKTIVE DONAU seit 2012 insgesamt 122 Projekte gefördert mit einer Laufzeit zwischen einem und vier Jahren. Die Fördersumme beträgt zusammen 2,85 Millionen Euro. Laut Dr. Andreas Weber, Abteilungsleiter Bildung der Baden-Württemberg Stiftung, ist dies ein entscheidender Beitrag zur Völkerverständigung.
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KUNST | Porträt des rumänischen Künstlers Bogdan Piperiu, der in Tuttlingen an der Donau (Baden-Württemberg) lebt. Seine nächste große Einzel-Ausstellung ist in Stuttgart, Bischof-Moser-Haus, Wagnerstraße 45. Eröffnung am 9. Februar 2020.
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