Erik is a teacher for English and Sports in Bratislava
He is an active member of AEGEE Bratislave, he has an extremely versatile personality and lots of enthusiasm. Erik is passionate about Politics, Rock Music and Sport - his articles on these issues were published in numerous online media. Like most people of OneEurope he enjoys to travel a lot and meet new people.
He regularly updates his own blog in Slovakian .
Sarajevo's rich history is unfortunately also the history of war, and the scars of conflict are still visible in the city today. OneEurope author Erik Redli reflects on his own experience in Sarajevo.
In many European countries some people still tend to look down on others who are in some way different: be it nationality, skin colour, religion or culture. One way to understand the reasons behind the Slovaks' prejudices concerning other nations is to remember the lasting impact of the Soviet era set-up.
Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland.
Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising
Today, a frequently asked question in the EU is: