• 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

  • How German and Romanian nature guides train together

    How German and Romanian nature guides train together0

    What can experienced river guides from the Upper Danube in Baden-Württemberg and young people from the Lower Danube in Romania learn from each other when they spend two weeks together in these regions? Do they find a common language and let the young people be inspired by the idea of nature conservation? The Danube Nature

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

    Sarajevo and Prokoško Jezero
    Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina

    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

  • River across borders

    River across borders0

    The Thaya river connects Austria’s northernmost national park with the Czech Podyji National Park. Ever since the fall of the Iron Curtain, both countries have been cooperating to preserve Europe’s untouched wilderness. Looking at the National Park Centre Hardegg, you’ll have difficulty believing it belongs to the smallest town in Austria. It’s large, spacious and


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ROMA | Ungarn hat bereits 2011 eine europaweit beachtete nationale Roma-Strategie beschlossen. Sie enthält zahlreiche Maßnahmen wie Arbeitsbeschaffung, bessere Wohnsituation und Bildung, die Segregation in Schulen ausschließt. Die Wirklichkeit scheint jedoch eine andere zu sein, wie die Vorfälle in Gyöngyöspata im Norden Ungarns zeigen. Jahrelang mussten dort Roma-Kinder in getrennte Schulklassen gehen – nach einer Entscheidung von Ungarns Oberstem Gericht nicht rechtens. Ministerpräsident Viktor Orbán will den Urteilsspruch „nicht akzeptieren“, der eine Entschädigung für die Kinder vorsieht. Bericht von Stephan Ozsváth für den Deutschlandfunk:
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