Meanwhile in Poland…

written by Nadia, Poland

Due to the pandemic and the growing media commitment to it, it seems that other social topics are neglected in Poland. The rights of the LGBT population have never been at an enviable level, but the latest news about “LGBT- free zones” leaves us speechless…







Youth and Decision Making

written by Marija, Augusta and Gabriele, Lithuanian team

Young people often face tremendous pressure when it comes to making long- term decisions. That can be observed mostly during the time when they have to choose a University to study, or when they have to make a decision to move away from their hometown or to live abroad…



The Disunited Kingdom

written by Ksenija Petrović, Serbia

The European Union arguably faces its greatest crisis so far, with the covid-19 entering and United Kingdom definitely leaving its borders. But, what about Britain?





Finland: The land of libraries

written by Slađana Ribać, Serbia

Finnish library services for children and young adults are an integral part of Finnish society, education and societal life. After World War II, Finland started a rapid rise towards being a modern nation. Reading as a pastime hobby gained popularity, there were more education possibilities, the level of education was on the rise and young people spent more years in school instead of starting to work early…



Budgets for the exercise of a higher value and the potentiality of acting with each other

written by Christian Nicolas Roig González, Paraguay

The lost navigator on the island where he was shipwrecked, as long as his only company is the projection of his own shadow, has no power, he only acquires power when the other participates in his adventures. On the surface, it is possible to conclude that when others enter the scene, the possibility of exercising power is born, however there are more nuances that must be taken into account…