Erasmus+ report on the participation in the course “intercultural learning – creating success”

As a participant of the Erasmus+ course “Intercultural Learning – making it work” I had a great opportunity to improve my intercultural knowledge and skills. This course was offered as part of the Erasmus+ program, which aims to promote student and staff mobility in the European education sector.
The course was aimed at lecturers and teachers from different countries who are interested in intercultural issues and want to improve their intercultural skills. During the course, we covered a variety of topics, including cultural comparisons, intercultural communication, conflict resolution in intercultural contexts, and intercultural skills development.
During the course, a lot of emphasis was placed on practical application and activities to provide a deep understanding of intercultural issues. In both individual and group activities we have had the opportunity to share our own experiences and perspectives and to learn from each other. The course offered the chance to establish valuable contacts with teachers and lecturers from other countries and to develop new approaches to teaching in our home countries.

Erasmus+ Report: Successful participation in the course “Intercultural Learning – making it work”

In the framework of the Erasmus+ program I had the opportunity to participate in the course “Intercultural Learning – making it successful” to participate. The course took place in an international group and was designed to enhance the intercultural competence of the participants.

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Children are liable for their parents: debts to the job center

The Jobcenter is an institution that offers support to many people in financial distress. However, this can also lead to large debts if the corresponding benefits cannot be repaid. In such cases, attempts are often made to collect debts from the debtors’ children.

This raises the question of whether children are actually liable for their parents’ debts and, if so, to what extent. Social law sets clear rules here, but they are not always easy to see through. Individual cases are also disputed in case law and can lead to different rulings.

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Long-term effects of the corona crisis on young people

Long-term effects of the corona crisis on young people

The Corona pandemic is impacting all walks of life and age groups worldwide. Adolescents are particularly affected by the crisis, as many aspects of their lives are impacted by the pandemic. The question is whether the negative effects of the crisis will lead to serious problems for adolescents in the long term.

On the one hand, isolation due to social distancing can lead to mental health problems and loneliness. School closures, recreational activities, and contact restrictions can leave youth unable to meet their friends or engage in their regular activities during the crisis. This can have an impact on adolescents’ mental health and well-being.

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Proposal to dismantle monument to soviet army

Debate continues over the decades-old Soviet Army monument in a Berlin park. While some argue that it should be preserved as a memorial against fascism, there are also those who call for its dismantling.

Late last year, the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district council called for the monument to be dismantled. Some argued that it was out of date because it was installed after the collapse of the Soviet Union and was not an official memorial.

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Banks are becoming stricter on home loans as mortgages rise

In recent years, home prices have increased significantly due to high demand in many countries, especially in major cities. As a result, home loan mortgages have also increased. However, banks have begun to review their lending parameters and become stricter in order to minimize their risks.

This trend manifests itself in the fact that banks are much more stringent in checking whether a loan to buy a property can actually be repaid. This means that borrowers being considered for a home loan must meet more criteria, such as a credit score and a reasonable debt-to-income ratio.

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Apple is testing ios 14 in new ways to avoid bugs

Apple’s new iOS 14 is eagerly awaited by many. It promises new features and improvements to make users’ lives easier. But as with any new software, there is also the risk of errors and bugs.

To minimize this risk, Apple is testing iOS 14 in a new way. The company has developed a new testing method that allows it to detect and fix bugs early on.

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Student loans: to write off or not to write off?

Going to college comes at a high financial cost for many students. To cover these costs, many students prefer to take out student loans. However, loan repayment after graduation can become a challenge for some graduates.

In Germany, about two million people are affected by student debt, and many are unsure how to repay the loan. One controversial option is to write off the loan. However, this practice is illegal and can have serious repercussions – including refusal to take out a new loan and even being summoned to court.

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Endowment insurance – ergo for cover

An endowment policy is a risk-based insurance policy that pays a financial benefit to beneficiaries in the event of the insured’s death. This type of insurance is often referred to as the most important insurance, as it ensures the financial security of survivors. For this reason, it is important to choose a reliable insurance policy to ensure adequate cover.

ERGO Insurance has many years of experience in providing end of life insurance and offers a wide range of products to meet different needs and budgets. The insurance company also offers, among other things, flexible contract design to accommodate individual needs and provide the maximum possible coverage.

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Audi expands production in brussels

German auto brand Audi plans to expand production of its most successful model, the Audi e-tron, at its Brussels plant. The company’s announcement shows that it will expand the plant by 25% to meet the increasing demand of the electric car.

The Brussels plant is of great importance to Audi, as it is the center for the production of electric cars for the European market. The e-tron is the brand’s first all-electric SUV and has received a positive response from the market since its launch in 2019.

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23 Best quotes from rappers about money

Money, money, money! For many rappers, wealth is the ultimate expression of success. There are few genres in which the desire for wealth is sung about as vehemently as in hip-hop. And indeed – some of the world’s most famous rappers have amassed fortunes second to none. But what do they actually think about money? We went in search of the best quotes from rappers about money – from material possessions to the importance of financial success.

Some of the quotes are surprising, while others are typical of hip-hop’s raucous tone: from contempt for capitalism to glorification of consumerism, there is a wide range of views and opinions. We have compiled the best and most striking sayings to give you an insight into the minds of the most successful rappers. Whether you believe money makes you happy or not, these quotes are guaranteed to get you thinking.

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