"My name is Natasha
Xagorari, I was born in Athens, I’m 21 years old and I study International,
European and Area Studies at Panteion University.
I’m interested in European
political economy, international security issues and specifically Balkan
security, and last but not the least of human rights through the perspective of international humanitarian
law and political issues in general. My
interests have led me to participate in simulations, conferences and meetings,
through which I gained valuable experience and knowledge.
I would like to continue my
studies with a master in “International Business and Law”. I believe in a
united Europe, where differences between nations are ultimately their common
unifying factor. For me, the common language between people in the European
Union is the undivided voice of democracy, solidarity, cooperation, peace,
order and security.
This is precisely the reason that I’m a member of “One
Europe”, to promote this undivided voice not only in Europe, but in every
single corner of the world. Besides, let us not forget, “In varietate
Surfing, chatting, online shopping are among our
everyday activities. We use everyday computers, laptops, tablets and
smartphones, by spending a considerable part of our time online for various
reasons. Many …
crisis, growing migratory pressures, social and economic inequalities,
xenophobia, regional conflicts, extremism and populism are today’s main
challenges Europe has to face.
These challenges are both global and domestic …
to Simon Anholt, who established the term “nation branding”, one country
cannot change its outer image unless it can change its inner image. The truth
is that the reputation…
In Europe about $136 billion per year were spent on security. But the numbers will grow undoubtedly as the amount of threats is also escalating.
OneEurope guest contributor Natasha Xagorari explains why refugee women are particularly vulnerable to violence and abuse even as they make their journey into safer countries.