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Co-working Space: Main Pros and Cons

Co-working spaces are a concept that’s been around for a while. Yet its popularity has been exploding in recent years due to the increasing number of remote workers. Freelancers, entrepreneurs, and self-employed workers go to co-working spaces to gain more stability, clarity, creativity, and even productivity. In this article, we will talk about the main pros and cons of sharing the co-working space.

Alternative Tourism: Au Pair Program

There isn’t a better way to travel around the world with a purpose than by volunteering! In this series on alternative tourism, we are covering popular international volunteer programs for young adults to participate in. If you feel that you’re ready to share knowledge with others, learn new skills, and boost your life experience, read on! In this article we will talk about AuPair.com, a program that provides young people and families around the world with cultural exchange in exchange for help in childcare.

International Molecular Biology Summer School

The International Summer School offers outstanding and enthusiastic undergraduate and Master's students from all over the world the opportunity to acquire excellent practical skills and hands-on training from leading scientists in molecular biology. The deadline is on 8 April 2020.

Dish for Four up to 4 Euros -Cous Cous with Chicken...

In keeping with our articles on dishes that can be prepared for 4 under 4 Euros, this time we have a delicious Greek dish for you. Not only is it economical, it is also almost effortless to prepare.

Bright Young Leaders Initiative: Winning Project of the Youth Global Forum...

For Anza and Nnditshene, our last Youth Global Forum in Amsterdam became a very special event. Their project Bright Young Leaders Initiative won the Youth Time Idea Grant of 10,000 Eur in funding! Through quality education and innovations, BYLI empowers young students from the marginalized African communities to become change-makers within their community. In this interview with Youth Time Magazine, Anza and Nnditsheni talk about their project, inspirations, challenges and give a piece of advice for other 'young leaders' who strive to make a difference.