In 2012, during the presidential election in the Czech Republic, the whole world got to know Vladimir Franz when major global television channels put his tattooed face, piercing, and white smile on viewers’ TV screens. After this election campaign experience Franz admits that, a lot of things connected with politics make him laugh.
There must be no doubt that teaching is a very challenging job, exhausting and one that requires a lot of responsibility. It has its ups and downs like any other job. The main difference, however, lays in the fact that it is a very rewarding job, one that brings you joy on a daily basis.
There is a liberating saying: what’s for you won’t pass you by. Why is it liberating? Well, if you think about life this way, you can come to a conclusion that every single thing you did, every single person you've ran into or spend some time with – was a part of a special mix of experience that made you a person you are today. There is balance and everything will be alright in the end.
Have you ever been to Albania? If you have not but you decide to, I’m pretty sure that your friends/family or whoever will give you a whole ‘warning’ lecture on the dangers one might face when traveling to this land. And to be honest, I wouldn’t blame them.
Mankind today is facing the consequences of astonishing progress in technology and information. In recent years even traditionally violent regions in Europe – have achieved a degree of relative political stability in the face of daunting challenges. Kosovo, however – a Balkan state is still not able to enjoy full freedom of movement on a par with other European countries.
This article is opinion of YT Ambassador in France Baptiste Amieux on a gun attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris yesterday (January 7) morning.
For many years, higher education institutions have been considered the main societal destination for people seeking knowledge and degrees that will help them find jobs. Colleges and universities all around the world are enduring a crisis of faith among the public.
It is now fifteen years since the Kosovo war came to an end, and local cable news broadcasts are again filled with images of Kosovars fleeing the country in droves. Although those images portray desperate families and people of all ages, they mainly depict hopeless young people, filled with rage and ready to leave Kosovo at any price. Since that times, things did not change much, actually.
Dealing with a number of social issues, Youth Time (YT) activists have discovered a wide range of opportunities connected with the field of education. This enthusiasm is based on the idea that if you want to change the world for the better – education is the key.
In today’s highly competitive job market, with an excess of capable candidates, people tend to turn to experts for advice on how to nail a job interview or how to be a good team leader. Hardly anyone could be a better expert in the field than a person who has gone from zero to hero. One of them is Ivelina Georgieva from Bulgaria, who studied in the United States and now resides and works in Prague.