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Probably the most beautiful park in Brussels…

Undoubtedly, Le parc Léopold is the most picturesque park in Brussels, especially because there is water there…I mean not only puddles but a nice (and pretty big!) pond. And, what’s important, we

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"Life's a box of chocolates, Forrest. You never know what you're gonna get."

Yesterday, around 7.30pm, we had our first open discussion, in a monthly series of discussions, in our interns flat, on the topic of “Dignity and purpose of life”. This discussion came as a long

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WYA, coffee and dignity - a tale of a European Director in New York

It's 4 days since I "migrated" to the United State for a useful time of strategic planning and donuts tasting. First thing you do while you come first to the States is to compare the old Europe to the

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Cocktail de Bienvenue

On Tuesday 12th February (time is flying..), Cocktail de Bienvenue took place in the Interns Flat. Of course, there were some significant preparations prior to the Event (by which I mean not only

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No place like Brussels?

Living in Brussels is nice, especially if you have enough money to enjoy it, but its not really a prerequisite. I always wondered how the country with so much fog and persistent rain can have such a

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Office - welcome to:)

Hello everyone! Let’s get it started:) Am Agnes, am an intern in Brussels – a windy and dirty, but still very charming and lively city. I study applied linguistics in Krakow.Our spacious and sunny

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A SHATTERED COEXISTENCE

The utmost form of human indignity that has seen our beautiful motherland country aflame at almost every corner living our patriotic citizens in huddles whereas regions experiencing fires that you

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Intense Internship

When my friends ask me "How's work?," my response would be "It's law school all over again" to describe the overwhelming amount of literature and corresponding assignments that have to be completed in

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"They're Chasing The Wrong Things."

In a state where poverty is rife, corruption does not make a lot of room for good governance. Corruption as we know it is an attack on the inherent human dignity of a person. It is also a betrayal to

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Welcome Francois :)

I know today is the "Welcome Francois" Party so I just wanted to say:Welcome Francois! Good luck in Brussels! I'm looking forward to working with you and hope to see you soon in New York City!!!

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