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Talking with EU: the students' point of view

Talking with EU: the students' point of view

08min |15/02/2023
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Talking with EU: the students' point of view

Talking with EU: the students' point of view

08min |15/02/2023
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Talking with EU: the first student-run podcast at the IEE, where the students' point of view is at the centre. This show looks to extend the conversation of the topics discussed at the podcast ‘Making sense of EU’ of the Institute d'études européennes to the students, this time made for the students and by the students.


In the first episode of Talking with EU we discuss with Paulina Agudelo, member of the communication board of SAIES, and Martina Rubino, President of Eyes on Europe, the question of ‘Environmental Justice and Inequality’. Why do young people choose more and more radical means of protesting and is that justified? How to tackle the feeling of desperation among young people? And why is it so important to not only transform our society in an ecological way, but also in a just and fair way? We will put a light on all those questions together with our two guests in this first episode of the ‘student’s point of view’!" 


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Talking with EU: the first student-run podcast at the IEE, where the students' point of view is at the centre. This show looks to extend the conversation of the topics discussed at the podcast ‘Making sense of EU’ of the Institute d'études européennes to the students, this time made for the students and by the students.


In the first episode of Talking with EU we discuss with Paulina Agudelo, member of the communication board of SAIES, and Martina Rubino, President of Eyes on Europe, the question of ‘Environmental Justice and Inequality’. Why do young people choose more and more radical means of protesting and is that justified? How to tackle the feeling of desperation among young people? And why is it so important to not only transform our society in an ecological way, but also in a just and fair way? We will put a light on all those questions together with our two guests in this first episode of the ‘student’s point of view’!" 


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Talking with EU: the first student-run podcast at the IEE, where the students' point of view is at the centre. This show looks to extend the conversation of the topics discussed at the podcast ‘Making sense of EU’ of the Institute d'études européennes to the students, this time made for the students and by the students.


In the first episode of Talking with EU we discuss with Paulina Agudelo, member of the communication board of SAIES, and Martina Rubino, President of Eyes on Europe, the question of ‘Environmental Justice and Inequality’. Why do young people choose more and more radical means of protesting and is that justified? How to tackle the feeling of desperation among young people? And why is it so important to not only transform our society in an ecological way, but also in a just and fair way? We will put a light on all those questions together with our two guests in this first episode of the ‘student’s point of view’!" 


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

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Talking with EU: the first student-run podcast at the IEE, where the students' point of view is at the centre. This show looks to extend the conversation of the topics discussed at the podcast ‘Making sense of EU’ of the Institute d'études européennes to the students, this time made for the students and by the students.


In the first episode of Talking with EU we discuss with Paulina Agudelo, member of the communication board of SAIES, and Martina Rubino, President of Eyes on Europe, the question of ‘Environmental Justice and Inequality’. Why do young people choose more and more radical means of protesting and is that justified? How to tackle the feeling of desperation among young people? And why is it so important to not only transform our society in an ecological way, but also in a just and fair way? We will put a light on all those questions together with our two guests in this first episode of the ‘student’s point of view’!" 


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