After 3 packed days, IFLRY’s seminar on Youth Entrepreneurship and Autonomy is now finished, and I am the participant tasked with recounting the experience. We did so much, I can’t talk about everything or everyone involved. What I can do is give you some highlights, and maybe provide a bit of an evaluation, gathered from…

Like the latest organic, sustainable nutritional supplements and shakes, the word populism is trendy. It is hip yet, no one knows exactly what it means. Populism is undoubtedly the most used word of the past year − apart perhaps from terrorism. We can rejoice at the prospect of the use of the word by journalists,…

Europe has a lot of networks and organizations that are affiliated with young people. From the scouts to national youth councils to international organizations based on a political ideology – such as IFLRY. Together, we are all united through a platform called European Youth Forum (YFJ). The YFJ advocates for youth rights in international organizations,…

Over the past two weeks, the international policy, scientific and NGO community came together at the World Conference Center in Bonn, Germany, and participated in the SB46 (Subsidiary Body 46) of the UNFCCC. A delegation of IFLRY had the privilege of observing these pre-negotiation meetings, which seek to serve as the foundation for the Conference…

Everything started two months ago, when supporters of the VMRO DPMNE party began daily protests across Skopje, the capital city of the Republic of Macedonia. They protestet protested because the leader of the Social Democrat party, Zoran Zaev, who is also the leader of of the opposition, announced that he reached a coalition agreement with two of the…

The first round of the French presidential elections will take place tomorrow and the way things stand at the moment, the competition will be between Marine Le Pen (Front National), Emmanuel Macron (En Marche!), Jean-Luc Mélenchon (La France insoumise) and François Fillon (Les Républicains). Macron’s campaign is probably the most unlikely of all campaigns, with…

Ukraine, the largest country in Europe, gained its independency from the USSR in 1991. It is undebatable that the country is still going through a difficult transition period from a Soviet republic to independent and powerful state, following significant changes towards grass-rooted democracy and a free market economy. n their annual democracy rating, US Government…