Lessons Learned in 2020

They say that if it did not work out, it is a lesson learned. Considering how many things did not work out, there is a lot to learn.Read more
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Social Inclusion

You Can Stand Out Even When Having a Mental Disorder: Famous Paradigms

Sometimes we think that a diagnosis is the end of us. That we are our illness. That success, inspiration, love and happy moments will always pass us over. But history, my friends, says otherwise.Read more
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Culture, Social Inclusion

Kindness: The Superpower of Individuals

Kindness has always been the driving force of every major social change, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that it could potentially be the key factor in changing the world.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion

LGBTQ+ & Proud: The Community on Erasmus

Going on Erasmus can be all about rediscovering yourself. But being part of the LGBTQ+ community can be tricky. Here are some testimonials from people in the community who went abroad. Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Social Inclusion

The Perfect Time to Step Up – The Black Lives Matter Movement and Why it Matters to Europeans

Why the Black Lives Matter Movement is relevant and important for everyone.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

It's Pride Month: Let's Learn About LGBTQ+ History!

Happy Pride Month! This Pride has been clouded by many disasters that our society is facing, so I'd like to use this moment to try to educate people on Pride and the community’s history, though it’s impossible to map out the whole history in one article.Read more
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Social Inclusion, Education

Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusion is being asked to dance

Starting my path as a volunteer in the network, I was more than thrilled to discover that ESN does not only stand for parties and drinks. In fact, it is so much more.Read more
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Social Inclusion

Greetings from Romania, with Love and Stereotypes

If you’ve ever been displeased with the stereotypes connected to your nation, you should give this article a read. This is a light-hearted story about how nationality changes the way people perceive us, while also influencing how we perceive other people.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture, Social Inclusion

The Causes of ESN

ESN’s mission is to represent international students, but it can be done in many ways. Would you like to better understand ESN’s scope of work? Then this article is just for you!Read more
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Culture, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Health, Education, Employability, Environment

SocialErasmus+: A Powerful Beginning

SocialErasmus+ is all about taking a step further, making the Erasmus generation greater and stronger. If you are wondering how, follow my train of thoughts. Read more
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Erasmus, Volunteering, Social Inclusion, Education

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We all have been there - struggling with packing all our belongings before heading out on Erasmus. How much time have we spent wondering: “am I going to use this?” ...maybe it is about time to make more space for memories and less for objects.
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This month, the ESNblog celebrates its fifth anniversary! We’ve had ups and downs and even in a very complicated year, we never stopped writing. From the ESNblog team, here are the top 5 most-read articles of the year.
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Four years after my first Erasmus, I can trace the biggest decisions of my life back to the moment I made the decision to go on a student exchange. And I’m forever grateful.
What makes our section really special is the atmosphere of support and encouragement. (...) I got this team spirit when I joined the section and found it the most captivating. Your ideas, feedback... that’s all welcome.
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It’s spring, we’re desperate to get away, but it still doesn’t look like international travel will happen anytime soon. But don’t worry!
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From an early age, everyone teaches us that it is important to be kind and to treat others with respect and understanding. They teach us not to raise our voices, to remain calm, and not to pour out our anger on others.

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