Entries by Andrej Müller

Introduction

Cooking diversity, tasting minorities A new culinary trend is becoming increasingly popular among the YENies population. Developed by two teams of experts from YEN laboratories in collaboration with the best chefs from all over Europe, the revolutionary “minority diet” integrates ingredients of different origins into a unique YENy lifestyle. The well-kept secrets of grandmas’ from […]

“Building Bridges” at the Easter Seminar in Albania

This year’s Easter Seminar took place from the 7th till the 13th of April in Durrës, Albania – in a hotel that was situated a mere 5 metres away from the beach. Our member organisation CTarmA – the Aromanians/ Vlachs from Albania, spared neither costs nor troubles to make our stay as pleasant as possible. […]

HUMANS OF YEN – YDWINE SCARSE

I’m Ydwine and I’m West Frisian from the Netherlands. I think YEN is very important because it brings the youth minorities together and we can exchange experiences, talk about it and make the situation for everyone better.

HUMANS OF YEN – PAUL MOßNER

“Hello, I’m Paule, I’m from the danish minority in Germany, live near to the danish-german borderline. I’m here mainly, because 3 wonderfull people told me, that here are so many great people and unfortunately they were right, here are so many great people, who are quite simply openminded, speaks so many different languages and everyone […]

HUMANS OF YEN – LUKAS NOTHDURFTER

“The YEN as umbrella organization is very important for us from the SJR (Youth of South Tirol). The YEN represents an important point of reference for all minorities in whole Europe, where we as the Youth of South Tyrol love to be very active and constructive about sociopolitics and of course the minority themes.”

HUMANS OF YEN – ANA BEDNAR

Ana Bednar from the German minority in Romania tells us about her experience in the YLS (Youth Leader Seminar) in Lockenhaus, Austria: ,,I came here because I thought that this is a great opportunity for me to experience and learn new things and implement them in our community.”