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JEF Europe

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Join JEF Europe in a series of podcasts related to our projects and initiatives, starting with Europe@School & Greeny!
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Europe@School | Episode 5 | Disability and Covid-19

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GreenUp Europe I Episode 1 I COP26
S2E1 - In this episode of the JEF Europe podcast, Enes Hocaoğulları and Maria Schüler, two participants of the GreenY project talk about COP26, sustainability and climate change.
29:21
February 16, 2022
Europe@School | Episode 12 | Vote 16+
S1E12 - In our twelfth podcast episode, Bradley Cachia, an activist in several youth organisations in Malta, and Kim, Podcast Manager at the New Federalist, discussed the importance of the right to vote for 16-year-olds in order to strengthen the involvement of young people in the whole society in various ways related to civic education. Tune in to find out more!
08:30
February 09, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 11 | Minority Safepack Initiative
S1E11 - In our eleventh podcast episode, we welcomed Pia Šlogar, minority and human rights activist, current Vice-President for External Relations of the Youth of European Nationalities (YEN) and a Member of the Advisory Council on Youth of the Council of Europe (CCJ). in this specific episode she explained us the background and current status the European Citizen's Minority Safepack initiative which aims to strengthen cultural and linguistic diversity and minority rights. Tune in to find out more! You can find more about the Minority Safepack Initiative here: http://www.minority-safepack.eu
19:26
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 10 | Disability Inclusion in Education
S1E10 - In our tenth podcast episode, Jacob Callus, a master's student in European politics, economics and law, and Kim, Podcast Manager at The New Federalist, discussed European strategies to develop the inclusion of young people with disabilities in order to break down barriers of social exclusion and enable them to fully exercise their civic rights. Tune in to find out more!
09:32
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 9 | Challenges Faced By Young Migrants
S1E9 - In our ninth podcast episode, Eve Borg Bonello, an activist and volunteer at the Jesuit refugee services in Malta, and Kim, Podcast Manager at The New Federalist, discussed migration in the context of Malta and Europe as a whole and the numerous challenges young migrants and refugees are facing in their daily life. Tune in to find out more!
08:21
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 8 | Migration in Malta
S1E8 - In our eighth podcast episode, Alexander Hili, project coordinator in a human rights NGO, tells us about the situation of migrants and refugees arriving on the island of Malta and the implications for their human rights. Tune in to find out more!
07:56
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 7 | Disability and Inclusion
S1E7 - In our seventh podcast episode, Jessica Camilleri, a young student from Malta, and Kim, Podcast Manager at The New Federalist, discussed the importance of inclusion in lifelong learning processes and independent living for people with disabilities in order to move towards more effective and inclusive societies. Tune in to find out more!
10:07
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 6 | The Power of Sport in the Inclusion of Young Refugees
S1E6 - In our sixth podcast episode, Krzysztof Modlinski, a volunteer at the Malta Football Association (MFA) who organises football training with minor refugees, and Kim, podcast manager at the New Federalist, discussed the EU regulations and the context of migrants arriving in Malta. In addition, he talked about his experience as a trainer on how sport, and in particular football training, helps them to feel included in Maltese society and to develop a learning process through social inclusion. Tune in to find out more!
15:17
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 5 | Disability and Covid-19
S1E5 - In our fifth podcast episode, Edward De Gabriele, a newly qualified physiotherapist and Education Commissioner of the National Students Union of Malta (KSU), and Kim, Podcast Manager at The New Federalist, discussed the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges for young people with disabilities. Tune in to find out more!
09:42
January 29, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 4 | LGBTQI+ Equality
S1E4 - In our fourth podcast episode, Panagiotis Chatzimichail, designated expert on diversity and inclusion (under the structures of several INGYOs), and Kim, podcast manager at The New Federalist, discussed LGBTQI+ Equality in the EU and the first ever European LGBTQI+ Strategy launched by  European Commissioner in charge of Equality, Helena Dalli in November. Tune in to find out more!
10:21
January 01, 2021
Europe@School | Episode 3 | European Migration Agenda
S1E3 - In our third podcast episode, Shaima, Nasos and Alice, young students, and Kim, podcast manager at The New Federalist, discussed the migration crisis in 2015 and the need to reform the European Migration Agenda to help migrants and refugees and strengthen their inclusion in European countries. Tune in to find out more!
11:34
December 15, 2020
Europe@School | Episode 2 | Unaccompanied Foreign Minors
S1E2 - In our second podcast episode, Marie, a former volunteer at the Moria Refugee Camp, and Theo, the lead of the Europe@School project, explored the problems faced by unaccompanied foreign minors, and the lack of existing EU Legislation to ensure the protection of these minors. Tune in to find out more!
09:14
November 20, 2020
Europe@School | Episode 1 | Introductions
S1E1 - In our first ever official podcast episode, Theo Lecarpentier, JEF Europe's lead on the Europe@School Project, and Madelaine Pitt, Editor-in-Chief of The New Federalist, team up together to introduce JEF Europe's first ever podcast series, centred around Europe@School! In this episode, Theo and Maddie explored the aim of the project, the project activities, the impact of coronavirus on the project, and the transition towards online activities.
08:25
September 18, 2020