Chance to meet new people

Renee Gkatsi: I had the great opportunity to be part of the Danube for Peace. Through this inclusive initiative, I had the chance to meet new people from Europe and specifically from the region around the Danube river. Danube Project aimed to promote through a holistic aspect the exchange of Continue Reading →

Danube, countries, people, history, media…

Matthias Huber, Austria Participants about Danibe4Peace It was a great opportunity to learn things about people, history, other countries and media. It was a unique time, which I am very thankful for. I met a lot of nice people and am very thankful for this experience! Still not late to Continue Reading →

We are the boat

We are the boat – Roland Ferge, photo series or Participants about Danibe4Peace Series! This photo series based on different people from different countries. All photos made in different places during a journey from Vienna to Belgrade in 2015 as part of the Danube Peace Boat Project. Despite all differences, Continue Reading →

Who is Damir?

Damir is a member of the RAC Danube for Peace, a student of the High Technical School of Vocational Studies and is learning “Protection against catastrophic events and fire”. He was always interested in volleyball, and in the meantime, travelling to different destinations. He loves volleyball from when he was Continue Reading →

Danube4Peace – Magical Moments

Danube4Peace Endorsement by Tin Bačun, Croatia “Being part of the Danube Peace Boat was a tremendous opportunity to meet and work with numerous people from a whole lot of countries, with whom I was finding creative ways of using media as a pedagogical tool. It was a fun, educational experience Continue Reading →

DarkER – side of media

Propaganda! Misinformation! Disinformation! Today we’re talking about the dark – or, shall we say, darkER – side of media. Understanding these media bogeymen is essential to being a more media literate citizen. *** Resources: The Persistent Mystery: How Many Died in 1989? https://www.nytimes.com/1999/06/04/wo… The Media Was Always Bad at Reporting Continue Reading →