Crazy ideas attract investment says creative industries specialist

Creative companies account for around 4.5% of the EU economy. How does the cultural sector attract investment and help developing territories? Read more

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Corrupt systems are starting to crack: Head of EU anti-corruption initiative

Eka Tkeshelashvili was a member of the Georgian reforms team between 2004-2012. Her experience is impressive: she has worked in Georgia as the minister of foreign affairs, prosecutor general, deputy minister of the interior, chairman of the court of appeal, and minister of justice. Read more

European Voluntary Service an opportunity to make a difference and break free from borders

Liliya Faskhutdinova of Kyiv used to work for Air France. But at 29 years old she decided to volunteer in Turkey through the European Voluntary Service (EVS), helping refugee children access an education. When asked what prompted her decision, Faskhutdinova says, “sometimes it’s useful to take a pause in your career and change something; live a different life in a different culture”. Read more