- Published on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 15:43
- Category: Uncategorised
- Written by Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
Meanwhile in the Baltics... - a new publication which presents articles written by the graduates of 2016 Solidarity Academy - Baltic Sea Youth Dialogue, realised as a joint programme of the European Solidarity Centre and the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS).
As a long-term partner of the Solidarity Academy - an international project aimed at inspiring and supporting the development of the young intellectual elites in Europe, New Eastern Europe has taken on the task to put together a collection of the participants' work.
The publication can be dowloaded here.
Table of contents:
George Makarenko - "The collapse of pre-election sociology: A view from Russia"
Marita Gasteiger - “Wilne – a walk through the Jewish Vilnius”
Svitlana Ovcharova - “The year of Black Protest”
Mira Fricke - “Fact-Checking tools and their role in a post-truth world”
Helen Wright - “The young Lithuanians tending their history above the Arctic Circle”
Dorian Jędrasiewicz - “Königsberg is no longer”
Ruben Dieleman - “Nuclear power in Poland: An unholy idea?”
Hubert Gregorski - “A poorly tailored federalism. The biggest ills of the Russian territorial system”
Monta Gāgane - “The best birthday in prison”
Andri Yrkill Valsson - “The Reykjavik Summit: When Iceland paved the way for world peace”
Anna Fedas - “Supporting young journalists: A few insights of the organisers”
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