Hello Europe – Moinho da Juventude

Hello Europe – Moinho da Juventude

Hello, my name is Silvino Furtado, also known as “Bino” I work no the cultural association “Youth Mill” It was founded more than 25 years ago with the mission to help our neighbourhood. I work as an education assistant, and I also has work as a tourist guide here in the neighbourhood. That project was […]

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How an American can live in Spain legally= Cultural Ambassador

So you are an American who wants to live and work in Spain Legally. Well I have some good news for you. You can totally do that. But there’s a catch, you have to teach English to children. I have done this program two years and I lucked out. The schools that I worked at, […]

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Volunteering with Alliance

Volunteering with Alliance

It is my first camp of Alliance. This is my first workcamp. I plan to do one more after this. First time in a workcamp of Alliance. I’m participating in workcamps already six times. It’s my fourth. I’ve heard much about workcamps like this, international workcamps but I ended up here with the help of […]

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How immigrants and their children affect the US economy | Robert Kaplan

GDP is comprised of growth in the workforce and then growth in productivity. So if you have slowing workforce growth that tells you that’s going to create a real headwind for GDP growth. It means that if you’re going to have more than sluggish GDP growth, you’re going to need more growth from productivity. Immigrants […]

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What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

The idea of human rights is that each one of us, no matter who we are or where we are born, is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms. Human rights are not privileges, and they cannot be granted or revoked. They are inalienable and universal. That may sound straighforward enough, but it gets […]

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Learning from dirty jobs | Mike Rowe

Learning from dirty jobs | Mike Rowe

The “Dirty Jobs” crew and I were called to a little town in Colorado, called Craig. It’s only a couple dozen square miles. It’s in the Rockies. And the job in question was sheep rancher. My role on the show, for those of you who haven’t seen it — it’s pretty simple. I’m an apprentice, […]

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POP CULTURE: The Clever Tricks of Advertising

When advertising began in a significant way in the [early] 19th century It was a relatively straightforward business. It showed you a product told you what it did where you could get it and what it cost Then in 1960s America a remarkable new way of advertising emerged Led by Luminaries of Madison Avenue Like […]

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PLACE | TRATUÁRIO : FROM A PLACE

PLACE | TRATUÁRIO : FROM A PLACE

“The stone is extracted up there you see where its foggy? you see? that mountain of stones? It falls on those crossbars, which is the primary and then it suffers the transformation. It goes all this way and then the gravel comes out, it comes with shafts and allometrics.” “See, the stone comes from up […]

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The Market Revolution: Crash Course US History #12

The Market Revolution: Crash Course US History #12

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course US History and today we return to one of my favorite subjects: economics. Mr. Green, Mr. Green, I don’t wanna brag, but economics is actually my best subject. Like, I got the bronze medal at the state academic decathlon tournament…among C students. Yeah, I remember, Me from […]

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Practical diversity: taking inclusion from theory to practice | Dawn Bennett-Alexander | TEDxUGA

Practical diversity: taking inclusion from theory to practice | Dawn Bennett-Alexander | TEDxUGA

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Ilse S. Úziel When I was about 8 or 9 years old, I had what turned out to be a defining moment. For some reason – still unclear to me more than 55 years later – as she was sitting down, I pulled the chair out from under my classmate Rosetta. […]

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