Posted on 26. February 2015 by Darija Maric While I was writing a paper on migration trends in Serbia, I came across the following data: “The Law on Diaspora and Serbs in the Region defines the Diaspora as a category that includes citizens of the Republic of Serbia living abroad, persons of Serbian ethnicity that emigrated … Continue reading Should I stay or should I go? A tale of emigration from Serbia
Posted on 18. February 2015 by Doris Manu I was born on the banks of the Danube river close to the Romanian-Serbian border, on Romanian soil. At that time, in 1989, the Romanian borders were like the walls of a prison, guarded by heavily armed men. If you attempted to cross in any way, you would … Continue reading Lessons from the past, challenges of the future
Posted on 22. March 2014 by Estefanía Almenta ‘Move! If you can’t find a job in Spain, you should move. There are lots of opportunities for people like you’ – I’ve heard these sentences so many times lately that for a moment I almost believed this is the magic solution to move my career forward. I … Continue reading To move or not to move – is that the question? The fairy tale of mobility
Posted on 18. December 2013 by Adnan Rahimic (In connection with previous article: All by myself?) The online petition with over 6000 signatures, student’s call for (R)evolution+, messages from respected politicians, professors, speakers from all sides, speeches over TV, radio, web … have led to the new developments in the recent non-participation in Erasmus+: Bosnia and … Continue reading All by myself… Don’t wanna be (part 2)
Posted on 16. December 2013 by Adnan Rahimic “Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only country in the region and across the European Union states and candidate countries to refuse participation in the Erasmus+.” It was a true Friday 13th that day. The title above was the breaking news in the country, presented in all media: print, … Continue reading All by myself?