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Is multiculturalism over?

Is multiculturalism over?

After September 11, the idea that “multiculturalism is dead” appeared. Since then multiculturalism policies have been under attack in most Western societies, being labelled as a failed policy. Some critics, …

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Multiculturalism in Europe

Multiculturalism in Europe

Europe is home to many cultures and, in an attempt to promote a peaceful coexistence, the European Union have been supporting integration and social cohesion policies in order to better …

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What is multiculturalism?

What is multiculturalism?

Nowadays fewer than 15% of countries are ethnically homogeneous, provoking the need for modern societies to develop a means to coexist peacefully. Thus two main definitions for multiculturalism began to …

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Christmas baubbles

Christmas in Europe in 20 Beautiful Photos

See how Europeans from across the continent are celebrating Christmas!

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Saint Nicholas is arriving with Black Petes in the Netherlands

Why Black Pete created discussions in the Netherlands and outside the country?

Why this beloved tradition is perceived by some people as a racist stereotype, although according to the latest polls Dutch people had never associated Black Pete with a black person, and many of them can’t perceive why one of the most tolerant countries in Europe can be criticized by cultivating in their children latent racism?

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A Coruña - balconies

Galicia has many success stories to offer

Galicia, an autonomous community in the northwestern part of Spain, is not connected with Galicia located in Poland and Ukraine.

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 Cretan Diet Festival 2014 in Rethymnno

Cretan Diet Festival 2014 in Rethymnno

At its third edition, the Cretan Diet Festival in Rethymno offers a tasteful immersion into the Cretan culture, traditions and flavours.

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The unique designs of Easter eggs in Ukraine

The unique designs of Easter eggs in Ukraine

Each Ukrainian region has its own Easter patterns

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Who brings Christmas gifts to Europeans?

Who brings Christmas gifts to Europeans?

Europe is in the pre-Christmas fever: just in a couple of days families will get together and presents will be unwrapped. Do you know actually who brings gifts to your …

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Student celebration traditions in Europe

Student celebration traditions in Europe

What you see on the picture above is not a demonstation or a protest, to which we Europeans got used to in recent months. This is a ceremony for freshmen …

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Mapping Europe's Cultural Geography

The Map of European Folklore

"Population structure and cultural geography of a folktale in Europe"

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