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12 08-2016

Woman and men… Everyone is able to do the same things in Camp Fury in Chesapeake

12-08-2016|Good to know|

A group of campers are learning all about firefighting this week at Camp Fury in Chesapeake. The program, organized by Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast (GSCC) and the local fire department, aims to show the campers that they can work in any field they want, including traditionally male-dominated ones.

4 08-2016

EU Youth policy survey ? your opinion matters!

04-08-2016|Good to know|

Don?t waste your change to leave your opinion about youth policy in the EU. You have until 16th of October 2016 to answer the survey. It takes around 10minutes.

1 08-2016

Erasmus+ deadlines ? don?t wait until will be too late!

01-08-2016|Good to know|

If you have good ideas to involve youth in the local and international community, then start to plan it for real. Here you can see the deadlines to apply for grant for Erasmus+ projects in 2016.

5 04-2016

The airport in India became the first in the world running only by solar energy

05-04-2016|Good to know|

Kerala?s Cochin International Airport has become the first in the world to run entirely on solar power. With a 45-acre field of solar panels, the setup has a 12-megawatt peak capacity which means the airport will not have to spend a dime on electricity.

25 02-2016

Make the world a better place depends only from all of us

25-02-2016|Good to know|

Our world is a beautiful place and it has sustained everything living on it for millions of years. Although our presence has done much damage to it, we still have a chance to change it.

24 01-2016

Check how creative is your country

24-01-2016|Good to know|

Talent, Tolerance and Technology. Do those concepts have something in common? They, in fact, do. By December 2015 a research on creativity was developed and it shows that the cities more creative are those which collect talent, tolerance and technology.

3 01-2016

Is your country tolerant? Check it here

03-01-2016|Good to know|

The follow index, from 2011, developed by the Gallup World Poll shows, among 140 countries, which countries are more tolerant to minorities. The report shows that Canada was the most tolerant country regarding average community acceptance of the minority groups. Australia, New Zealand and the United States tended to be relatively tolerant as well.

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