Europe is us!

Europe is us! An international podcast focusing on youth. Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić.

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Episodes

Wednesday Oct 18, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 37th episode, The War Goes On, we talked to Yaryina Vyshenska, who migrated from Ukraine to Germany after the Russian invasion. She founded Sylni, an organization assisting the victims of sexual abuse during the war in Ukraine. How is the situation back at home still affecting her everyday life? Is the EU supporting Ukraine enough in her opinion? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
In this episode, you can also hear Théo Marchal, a student from Brussels, Belgium, who says we might forget about Ukraine due to other disputes around the world. Volodymyr Semerii, who moved from Ukraine to Estonia, also discusses the amount of EU's support for Ukraine. Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić. Photo: Halfpoint on Shutterstock.

Wednesday Oct 04, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 36th episode, Erasmus+, we talked to Anne Damiani from France, who says that the exchange program changed her life significantly. Do Erasmus+ friendships last? How did Anne's Erasmus+ experience make her move abroad years after her exchange in Germany? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
In this episode, you can also hear from Pedro Dimas, a 22-year-old who faced bureaucratic challenges during his exchange in Italy. He adds, that student grants are not high enough. 
We also talked to Eugen Tomac, a Romanian Member of the European Parliament, who shared what impresses him the most about the 35-year-old program.
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Tuesday Sep 19, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 35th episode, The Impact of Digital Transformation on Young Musicians, we talked to Sonja Agata Bišćan, a Croatian performer and Master's degree holder in Musicology. How important is appearance in music? Do you have to be funny nowadays to reach a wider audience? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
In this episode, you can also hear from Matteo, a DJ from Brussels, who says all young artists face the same obstacles, and also from Roberto Caetano, lead singer, and guitarist at the music band "First Breath After Coma". 
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Tuesday Sep 05, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 34th episode, Young Europeans and Drugs, we talked to Marko Verdenik, who is working at DrogArt, a Slovenian social enterprise focused on limiting the use of drugs. How do they connect with youth through music festivals? Is the use of drugs spreading out from urban communities to Slovenian villages? How to help an overdosed person? Listen to the podcast to find out more.
In this episode, you can also hear from Diana, a 17-year-old from Bulgaria, who shares why Bulgarian youth seek drugs. She adds that depression and sadness are a part of a trend in her social circle nowadays. 
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Wednesday Jul 19, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 33rd episode, Love and Relationships, we talked to Sacha Loison, a student from France. What is he looking for in a relationship? Is he thinking about marriage and children in his student days?
In this episode, you can also hear from Eric Hegmann, a podcaster, couples therapist, and author from Germany, who says that two-thirds of young Germans actually want marriage and that a good third finds marriage totally outdated. Aljoša, an almost 19 years old Slovenian student, shares why honesty in relationships is important to him.
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Sunday Jul 09, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 32nd episode, Vocational Skills, we talked to Dimitris Athanasiadis, a Greek student looking for opportunities around Europe. How important were trainings for his field of studies? What's the educational system in Greece like, why do many young people from Greece have to seek job positions elsewhere?
In this episode, you can also hear from Nuno Crato, former Portuguese minister for Education and Science, who presented the number of professional courses students in Portugal, and Daniel David, professor of clinical psychology and psychotherapy at the University of Cluj-Napoca, who explained the importance of not ignoring declarative knowledge.
 
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Monday Jun 26, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 31st episode, Sleep, we talked to Krzysztof Nakonieczny, a content creator from Poland. How does his work affect his sleep? Did he sleep better in his student days? How big of a role does coffee play when it comes to sleep quality? Listen to Krzysztof's answers, to find out.
In this episode, you can also hear from Laurin John, a German Co-Host of Europe Is Us podcast, who reflects on his high caffeine consumption, while Cyprien, a student from Strasbourg, shares his experience of using a phone to control his sleep time. Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić. Photo: tommaso79 on Shutterstock.

Tuesday Jun 13, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 30th episode, Sports, we talked to Jussi Vainikka, a contributor for Finnish Yle, interested in football. Is money a common motivation to go into sports? How important is family support for young athletes? Listen to Jussi's answers, to find out.
In this episode, you can also hear from Vitor Pataco, President of the Portuguese Institute for Sports and Youth (IPDJ), who told us about "All in", a program focusing on gender parity. Gabriel Bitan, a performance athlete from Romania, told us how important passion is in sports.
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Tuesday May 30, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 29th episode, Homophobia, we talked to Javier Marquez Muñoz, a Spanish journalist. He told us about the violent homophobic attacks across Spain, the influence of religion on public opinion, but also the differences between urban communities and Spanish villages.
In this episode, you can also hear from Manuel Moreira, a Portuguese actor promoting equality, and Florin Buhuceanu, who is the president of the ACCEPT Association, the first non-governmental human rights organization in Romania that defends LGBTIQA+ rights on the national level.
Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić. Photo: Egoitz Bengoetxea on Shutterstock.

Friday May 05, 2023

Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. In the 28th episode, Gaming Without Shaming, we talked to Mihail Ivanov, a 17-years old gamer from Bulgaria. We talked about the influence of video games on youth, online socialization, learning languages, and discovering historical facts through gaming, but also online violence and actions to stop it.
In this episode, you can also hear from Gonçalo and Kamil, young gamers from Portugal and Poland, who agree that games have many positive aspects to them and that the number of women playing them is growing each day.
Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić. Photo: AlessandroBiascioli on Shutterstock.

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Europe is us!

An international podcast focusing on youth brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić.

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