Sharing stories to connect young people from the EU member States and the Eastern Neighbourhood countries

'Career Days: EU' in Ukraine, May 24
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How could you benefit from informal education?

Hello everyone, my name is Alina and I am a Young European Ambassador from Ukraine. On 24 May, my fellow Young European Ambassador Viktor Savinok and I participated in the ‘Career Days: EU’ which took place at the Ternopil National Economic University. The event was dedicated to the subject of informal education and its beneficial aspects in the Ukrainian context...
Alina Mykytyshyn 13 June 2018
EU Conference on Youth, Peace and Security in Brussels, May 23-24
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What is the Future of Youth, Peace and Security?

Hello, my name is Nika and I am from Belarus. On May 23-24, six Young European Ambassadors including myself took part in the EU Conference on Youth, Peace and Security in Brussels which brought together more than 60 participants from Europe and Africa...
Veronika Pavlovskaya 12 June 2018
Ajarian Khachapuri
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Make your own traditional "Ajarian Khachapuri"

"Ajarian Khachapuri" is one of the most famous and delicious traditional Georgian dish, originally coming from the Western part of the country...
Tamar Buachidze 11 May 2018
Traditional Belarusian "dranikis" (potato pancakes) recipe
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Traditional Belarusian "dranikis" (potato pancakes) recipe

Greetings from potatoland - or so-called bulbaland, or dranikland. Yep, the first word is nothing but a national dish Belarus is mostly associated with. To be just a little bit more original, I’ve decided to share the recipe of draniki with a “secret touch” ...
Hanna Launikovich 11 May 2018
Six tips to explore the European Capital of Culture 2018
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Six tips to explore the European Capital of Culture 2018

The capital of the European Union - Brussels - remains unchanged. But the heart of the European culture is as mobile as young Europeans and changes place every single year. The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union for one year playing host to a series of cultural events with a strong pan-European dimension.
Magdalena Kortas 11 May 2018
Traditional Armenian "Ghapama" Recipe
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Traditional Armenian "Ghapama" Recipe

In Armenia, we believe that we grow the most delicious fruits because they taste of the sun. If you want to experience the flavours of the sun, try out this special recipe for a typically Armenian dish, one of my favourites: "ghapama"...
Arpine Hakhinyan 11 May 2018
My easy recipe of "Ruskie Pierogi"
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My easy recipe of "Ruskie Pierogi"

Are there any pierogi lovers? I grew up eating my mom’s homemade pierogi, which she learned how to make from her mother. My favorite ones are "Ruskie Pierogi", which are made with ~2/3 of potatoes and 1/3 of cottage cheese (white cheese). Instead of dough, I use... 
Justyna Hinz 11 May 2018
AzCookBook blog
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Traditional Azerbaijani stuffed eggplants, peppers and tomatoes

This is probably one the most popular dishes prepared in Azerbaijan. It is also called the “the Dolma Sisters” (Uch Badji). We love to stuff eggplants, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes and even apples! The general name for all Azerbaijani stuffed dishes is “dolma”, which means “stuffed” in Azerbaijani. Eggplants, peppers and tomato dolmasi are everybody’s favorite...
Sara Rajabli 11 May 2018
"Cuşma lui Guguţă" or Guguţă’s hat, Moldova's traditional dessert
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"Cuşma lui Guguţă" or Guguţă’s hat, Moldova's traditional dessert

Guguţă’s hat is called this way due to a folk story written by Spiridon Vangheli, Guguţă being the main character, a small shepherd with a big traditional wool hat who wanted to protect his village from the harsh, cold winter and fit everyone under his hat. So I would totally say that this dessert is ...
Carolina Sclifos 11 May 2018