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TRAVELLING: What to pack for a safari

Culture By 3 January, 2017 No Comments

Going on safari is a dream for many people. We are used to watching wildlife in all its glory on the Discovery Channel, but seeing a lion or leopard in the wild is a humbling experience. There was a time when ordinary people had no chance of ever seeing majestic creatures such as elephants and hippos anywhere other than within the confines of a zoo. These days, safaris are much more affordable, even if you are a cash-strapped student looking at online doctoral nursing programs, or you are partway through an MSN to DNP online and you need a break.


Culture, Europe bad and good By 21 December, 2016 No Comments

by Kevin Schmidt

Your own wedding is one of the most important days in a person’s life. For two people to proclaim their love for each other ceremoniously in front of family and friends involves much more than tradition in today’s globalised world. Furthermore, a wedding is a complex thing to organise, and the special day usually isn’t a success without the help – and presence – of family and friends.

UK: Students have no Business skills

Jobs By 9 November, 2016 No Comments

by Tom Cridland

A survey by the business group has found eight out of 10 British school-leaverslack essential business skills” such as numeracy. More than 80% of young people require “significant training” before being put to work, according to the 4,000 finance professionals questioned. The figure is worse than last year, when 75% of school-leavers were said to need this level of help after being hired.

SPAIN: Becoming an ideal venue for filmakers

Culture By 8 November, 2016 No Comments

In these days takes place one of the most extraordinary film festivals in Europe: La Cabina. It is a festival for medium length movies. A genre that is not very commercial, but is used by many alternative film makers, mainly European directors,  to create some high quality stories, very similar to short films, but with more emphasis on the camera direction, music and story telling. The 34 years old Carlos Madrid is the iniator of this festival that is getting more and more international attention. It has been created in Valencia where it has become already part of the movie scene. We asked him about funding, ambitions and motiviations.

EUROPE: Real change – more doing, less talking

Culture, Europe bad and good By 2 November, 2016 No Comments

Interview with Stefanie Claudia Müller 

I think that the term proletariat refers to industrial workers while precariat includes all the badly paid service workers, some of them even have an academic carreer. It is more about financial exploitation than a physical one. The difference is that Precarians are totally aware of their situation, they have travelled, they have more knowledge and a lot of them dispose of a very good education, which makes it even harder for them to stand the situation. You have more precarians in countries like Spain where you nearly have any social benefits and just the family as your last chance.