AIESEC Blanquerna

AIESEC Blanquerna

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 days ago

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  • Language: A diversity of thought

    Blogpost Writer: Frans Astala Do you remember what it was like to not speak or understand English? At some point, when you’ve become fluent enough in a language, you start taking it for granted. If you are reading this, it’s more likely that you speak English as a second, or even a third language, than […] The post Language: A diversity of thought appeared first on AIESEC.

AIESEC Blanquerna

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Powerful Women of History

    Blogpost writer: Jakub Wolf History is full of powerful women who have achieved incredible things and changed the course of history itself. Unfortunately, these incredible women are often overlooked due to the misogynistic tendencies of our society. However, without the incredible contribution of many women, we wouldn’t be at the point where we are today. […] The post Powerful Women of History app...

  • My body – My business

    Blogpost writer: Jakub Wolf Women’s rights have progressed in recent years. There are more and more countries that strive to raise standards for women to make opportunities equal for every person in the world. However, there are still many countries where that is not the case and women are subdued to barbaric, antiquated rituals. This […] The post My body – My business appeared first on AIESEC.

AIESEC Blanquerna

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Youth 4 Global Goals Day 2017

    Building the Young Person’s Guideline to Saving the World The Netherlands, Venlo:  On February 13th, 2017, AIESEC will host Youth4GlobalGoals Day, a one-day event that will bring together top young leaders from 120 countries and territories together with experts from 20 organizations to create inputs for the Young Person’s Guideline to Saving the World. The […] The post Youth 4 Global Goals Day 20...

  • AIESEC and IE partner to enable leadership development for Millennials

    Advocating Sustainable Development Goal #17 Partnerships for the goals, AIESEC has been creating strategic partnerships with organizations and companies to offer more opportunities for Millennials and its development. That is how AIESEC and IE Business School have been working together for more than 8 years now. The main purpose of this collaboration is to promote […] The post AIESEC and IE partne...

  • A Life-Changing Volunteering Experience in Brazil

    When people ask me about my exchange, there’re a thousand moments that come to my mind. But the first thing that I think of, is actually a person. Today I want to tell his story, that left a mark on mine – no doubt that forever. This is Emanuel’s story, one of the children with […] The post A Life-Changing Volunteering Experience in Brazil appeared first on AIESEC.

  • No more living on <1.25$ per day

    Blogspot writer: Jakub Wolf “The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world.” These are the words of Paul Farmer, an american anthropologist who has spent many years providing health care in underdeveloped countries. This week in SDG X is a novel writing initiative to keep the […] The post No more living on <1.25$ per day appeared first on AIESEC.

  • A Year of Youth Action for the Sustainable Development Goals

    Youth4GlobalGoals initiative marks its first anniversary and releases the annual report. Youth4GlobalGoals (#Youth4GG) is an AIESEC Initiative which aims to activate youth towards the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. Started a year ago together with Asian Development Bank (ADB), PVBLIC Foundation and UN-Habitat, the initiative mobilized 32.000 young volunteers to contribute to ...

  • Do not look the other way.

    Blogspot writer: Mariana Lainfiesta  “When people live in extreme poverty the whole world suffers. Extreme poverty endangers global public health, prevents children from going to school, and spreads hopelessness and despair. We all have an obligation to combat it. As a member of Congress, I know that ending global poverty is a challenge that every […] The post Do not look the other way. appeared f...

  • Looking for a job…or a future?

    Blogpost Writer: Laura Sabrina Al Bast  There are always going to be challenges; not the right job, indifference and lack of motivation, time. But there will always be opportunities, if we seek them properly and take enough risks to defy every single obstacle that has put the young under the epidemic of unemployment, social unrest […] The post Looking for a job…or a future? appeared first on AIESE...

  • AIESEC at ECOSOC Youth Forum 2017

    President of AIESEC, Niels Caszo, is addressing governments and youth networks at ECOSOC Youth Forum 2017 United Nations Headquarters, New York: AIESEC believes in the importance of involving youth in global initiatives and collaborating with like minded organizations to create a wider impact in the world. Therefore, Niels Caszo, Global President of AIESEC, will be […] The post AIESEC at ECOSOC Yo...

  • Let’s talk about Poverty

    Blogpost Writer: Frans Astala Poverty is one of the most fundamental problems of humanity.  It is present throughout the world and in contrast to the simplicity of its definition, scarcity or lack of money or possessions, it lacks a simple solution. Today, the young leaders of the world will get together to talk about the […] The post Let’s talk about Poverty appeared first on AIESEC.

  • The question this week: Peace = Justice?

    Blogspot writer: Jakub Wolf “Every time we turn our heads the other way when we see the law flouted, when we tolerate what we know to be wrong, when we close our eyes and ears to the corrupt because we are too busy or too frightened, when we fail to speak up and speak out, […] The post The question this week: Peace = Justice? appeared first on AIESEC.

AIESEC Blanquerna

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • One Hour 4 Peace

    Considering that lack of humanity and war are the biggest fears for Millennials in the future, on September 21st AIESEC invites young people to celebrate the International Peace Day and share their voices through One Hour 4 Peace campaign. On September the 21th the International Peace Day will be celebrated worldwide by many organizations. This year, […] The post One Hour 4 Peace appeared first on...

  • “I don’t give a Damn about Peace”

    That was the ‘mic-drop’ moment from my conversation with a friend about the upcoming International Day of Peace. I was at a loss, didn’t know what to say, my intellectual facts about Peace were forgotten, my anecdotes of the past – gone. I’ll admit, I was born in Australia. Down Under. We’re so disconnected from the world, […] The post “I don’t give a Damn about Peace” appeared first on AIESEC.

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