Should I stay or should I go? A tale of emigration from Serbia

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

Lessons from the past, challenges of the future

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

To move or not to move – is that the question? The fairy tale of mobility

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

All by myself… Don’t wanna be (part 2)

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)