Between 16 and 23 of September, 2016 seven exceptional young people from five European countries visited the multicultural borderland region of Baranya county, Hungary. They had an opportunity to meet its inhabitants, and conduct and document interviews with them. Although Pécs was the main venue of the project activities, participants also stopped by few other places: Erdősmecske, Pécsvárad, Sellye, Drávasztára and Piskó.
A team of six young professionals explored connections between the social, political, economic and ethnic frameworks of the Ukrainian-Polish-Slovak-Hungarian borderland, attempting to understand fully the sense of commonality between these various Transcarpathian identities. Find out more about their experience.
From a meeting with a former employee in the president Vaclav Havel chancellery to a conversation about local traditional herbalism - read how one of the In Between? groups explored the history of the Czech-German-Polish Borderland.
We needed to leave our fears and dreads behind and simply face the challenge! And so we did. It was a genuine lesson of teamwork - and, as the next days would show, we aced that exam. Read how the "Graz Group" recalls their visit to the Austrian-Slovene Borderland.
Download tutorials developed for the In Between? workshops by representatives of our partner institutions:
Project co-funded by the International Visegrad Fund
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