The study session on ‘youth and migration’ organized by the International Federation of Liberal Youth and the Council of Europe commenced on 15th May and ended on 19th May in Strasbourg, France. During the week, the participants were given an in depth look into the migration problem faced by Europe. The way of learning was…

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,…

When theorists and pundits analyze the educational system in America, they typically focus on the country’s urban, coastal centers. This is a huge problem, since more than fifty percent of the nation’s operating school districts are in rural areas, and these students are the least likely in the country to attend college. Low college attendance…