by Annamária Neag After years of Zoom-meetings and uploading presentations to YouTube, there we were, finally in person, in Aarhus for the ECREA conference! It’s interesting how the small things – like picking up your conference badge in the morning
Mothers in the YDIGI project: Purpose, guilt and hope
by Markéta Supa It is Sunday night and I have finally found some time to begin writing a blogpost I have been asked to do a long time ago. Just as I am getting into taking at least some meaningful
Does the climate crisis really divide generations?
by Lenka Vochocová and Jana Rosenfeldová “Shut up!”, a 14-year-old boy standing in front of his school shouted angrily at the Fridays for Future procession as it was passing him, chanting the movements’ slogans. He remained almost unnoticed by the
Job opportunity for Czech- or Hungarian-speaking MA or PhD students
For our international research project on the digital activism of children and youth, we are looking for two Czech-speaking and two Hungarian-speaking MA or PhD students to help with coding media content. This offer is intended mainly (but not only)
The first challenges – How to create a good online media database?
by Anna Vancsó The aim of the first phase of our research project is to analyse the online public discourse on youth activism in the #ClimateStrike movement with the use of content & discourse analysis methods. In this blog post
What’s in a logo?
by Annamária Neag March 19 was a Friday like any other – one might think. But this year, again, young people united under the ‘flag’ of Fridays for Future were protesting for climate justice. This time, “with fresh calls, new