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    Citizens Beyond Walls is a project cofounded by the European Union which involves eight countries: ...

How far is Europe swinging to the Right?

By Gregor Aisch, Adam Pearce and Bryant Rousseau – New York Times, May 22, 2016. Amid a migrant crisis, sluggish economic growth and growing disillusionment with the European Union, right-wing parties — some longstanding, others newly formed — have been achieving electoral success in a growing number of European nations. Austria: Norbert Hofer of the […]

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Citizens Beyond Walls Festival is coming

Final event of the project “Citizens Beyond Walls” with projections, discussions, dinners and music. Saturday 28th – Sunday 29th March La Città dell’Utopia via Valeriano 3f, Rome – Italy Citizens Beyond The Walls is an international project with the objective of investigating the worrying phenomenon of the growth of the extreme or so called far-right […]

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Peace Week in Sofia

“Peace Week – Sofia” took place in the capital city of Bulgaria from the 8th until the 14th of September 2014. Participants coming from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Serbia and The Netherlands made their way to Lavele Hostel in the centre of Sofia and were determined to make an impact on the topic of Social Inclusion. […]

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Barcelona Peace Week!

Barcelona Peace Week took place from 5 to 14 of September in Barcelona and Vic. We can say that it was 10 days full of activities, energy, good feelings and desire of changing the world. We hosted 15 volunteers of 6 different countries in Horta’s neighborhood, located on the  peaceful north part on the city. […]

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The diary of Peace Week Temerin

Peace Week in Serbia took place in Temerin from 21st to 31st of July 2014. DAY ONE – 21.07. Participants came throughout the day and in the evening after dinner we had a brief session to meet each other and we entered the process of forming a team. We implemented basic set of games and […]

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Fascism and anti-fascism: study session

Our sixth day in the Utopia City in Rome started with a presentation about fascism and anti-fascistic movements in the present and in the past, followed by a discussion between the presenters and the volunteers. The first part of the presentation was made by Davide who is a professional researcher in the historic fields of […]

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The day of the flashmob

The 5th day of the Peace Week in Rome was the day of the flashmob. The day started with the visit to Casale de Merode, the occupied house which works, for example, as the space for alternative theatre groups. From the wardrobes of the theatre, the group found everything they needed for the performances; the […]

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Metropoliz: multicultural lunch

On Thursday we went to “Metropoliz”, an occupied factory in the neighborhood Tor Tre Teste. It was occupied in 2009 by an antiracist network which involves people from all over the world. Now 200 people are living there. They are North Africans, South Americans, Eastern Europeans and Roma people. Metropoliz has been the first place […]

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Two testimonies from Peace Week Athens

Marko, 29 year-old from Serbia: “The experience‭ ‬I gained‭ ‬at‭ ‬SCI‭ ‬work‭ ‬camp‭ ‬in Greece‭ ‬is definitely‭ ‬one‭ ‬of the most beautiful.‭ ‬I believe that everyone‭ ‬should use‭ ‬part of its‭ ‬free‭ ‬time to‭ ‬help‭ ‬in‭ ‬solving‭ ‬important social problems.‭ ‬Work‭ ‬camps‭ ‬are one‭ ‬of ‬the best ways‭ ‬because we can‭ ‬give our contribution‭ ‬in‭ […]

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