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26 de Junho de 2019.

United EU, a project by Thomas More

To be honest, writing about the importance of the next election in the European Parliament is really tough. Even though I have always been interested in politics, if you do not do research on your own, you might not know a lot about EU-politics. For me the next elections are going to be quite important in the sense of which parties will allow what kind of national policy. In theory the word “Öxit” used to exist but has not been used since at least two years. Austria knows it would be nothing without the EU and since this knowledge arrived in peoples heads, even the right wing party FPÖ stopped using this topic for their populism. Since Madeira is what […]
25 de Junho de 2019.

Bolsa de estudo para alunos ciganos

Esta segunda-feira assinala-se o Dia Nacional da Pessoa Cigana. Também serão lançados projectos para promover a formação e emprego das pessoas destas comunidades. Uma centena de bolsas de estudo, programas de inserção profissional e um guia para a elaboração de planos locais de integração. As três medidas, todas direccionadas às comunidades ciganas, vão ser apresentadas em Tomar, pela secretária de Estado para a Cidadania e Igualdade, Rosa Monteiro, nesta segunda-feira. As bolsas de estudo, destinadas a jovens de qualquer ano do secundário que queiram continuar a estudar, fazem parte do programa Roma Educa e são uma das medidas que integra a Estratégia Nacional para a Integração das Comunidades Ciganas. Em antecipação das medidas apresentadas no Dia Nacional da Pessoa Cigana, […]
24 de Junho de 2019.

France and the european elections

About the European project and the next elections, France is quite divided, such as numerous countries in the Union. Firstly, about the elections for the European Parliament, France is not really involved, the people don’t really care about this election, this one of the elections with the highest rate of people who don’t vote. And this is for many reasons, first because Brussels and the Parliament always seem to be far away from the National needs. There is also a big lack of trust in the European institution. Like in almost all the European countries people are afraid to lose political power and ability to take some decision in profit of the European Parliament. But this election is still important, […]
24 de Junho de 2019.

Fotógrafo de Astronomia de 2019

A fotografia “Lua de titânio” de Miguel Claro está entre as nomeadas para o concurso de fotógrafo de astronomia do Real Observatório de Greenwich. A nossa Lua em tons de azul numa fotografia tirada no Observatório Oficial do Dark Sky Alqueva. É esta a fotografia de Miguel Claro que fez com que o astrofotógrafo português integrasse a shortlist da 11.ª edição concurso Fotógrafo de Astronomia de 2019 da Insight Investment, do Real Observatório de Greenwich. Este ano a competição recebeu fotografias de mais de 4600 fotógrafos amadores e profissionais. Anunciada esta semana, a shortlist tem imagens de nebulosas, de auroras boreais, de Saturno, do Sol ou da Lua (algumas dessas imagens estão na fotogaleria). Entre essas fotografias está a “Lua […]
21 de Junho de 2019.

May 2019 and the future of the EU!

The European elections in May 2019 will have a direct impact on our life. The European Parliament is the only supranational, democratically elected parliament in the world. All adult EU citizens will have an opportunity to select who will represent them and how Europe will act in the coming years. The European Union currently consists of 28 member states and is largely viewed as a cornerstone of European stability and prosperity, however, many EU countries have faced considerable economic difficulties. The EU has had to deal with a series of crises in these last few years: the Brexit negotiations, the trade dispute with the United States, the growth of right-wing populist movements, a democracy and rule-of-law concerns in Poland (since […]
20 de Junho de 2019.

A. Guterres e alterações climáticas

António Guterres falava no encerramento da Conferência Mundial de Ministros Responsáveis pela Juventude 2019, que terminou este domingo em Lisboa. O secretário-geral das Nações Unidas, António Guterres, assumiu este domingo que a sua geração falhou numa resposta apropriada ao desafio da emergência climática e que compreende agora que os jovens podem e devem liderar esta luta. António Guterres falava no encerramento da Conferência Mundial de Ministros Responsáveis pela Juventude 2019, que terminou este domingo em Lisboa, 21 anos depois de um evento semelhante e no qual participou e liderou como primeiro-ministro português. “Nestes 21 anos percorremos todos um longo caminho”, disse António Guterres, lembrando que em 1998 a Internet dava os primeiros passos e a ameaça existencial das alterações climáticas […]
19 de Junho de 2019.

Britain, the EU and the future!

To summarise the intricacies and complexities of European Union is no mean feat, especially to do so in roughly 200 words. The European Union is facing its most difficult challenge to date as people in the member states are increasingly becoming apathetic or down right adversarial towards the EU. With the situation of Brexit being a predominant political problem, that will be felt by most people throughout the continent and to the rest of the world, the EU will have to weather this storm if it is to maintain the integrity and diplomatic relations with the rest of the union member states. The EU needs to be strong when confronting Britain as they have to show other countries that leaving […]
18 de Junho de 2019.

Exame Nacional de Português

Alguns dos estudantes da Escola Secundária de Camões, em Lisboa, preferiam que tivessem saído questões sobre os Maias. Outros, falam nas dificuldades que têm na gramática. Saiba as opiniões dos alunos que realizaram esta terça-feira a prova de Português. No segundo dia de exames foi a vez de os alunos do 12.º ano realizarem a prova de Português. O PÚBLICO esteve na Escola Secundária Luís de Camões e realizou um inquérito à saída do exame: 1. Como correu o exame? 2. Correspondeu à matéria leccionada nas aulas? 3. O que gostavas que tivesse saído que não saiu? 4. Qual foi a pergunta ou tópico que correu pior? Tiago Tomás, 20 anos, Línguas e Humanidades 1. Pensei que fosse correr muito […]
17 de Junho de 2019.

The European Union in my country

The next Elections to the European Parliament are held from the 23rd till the 26th of May 2019. At the moment 751 Members of the European Parliament represent the 28 member states with more than 512 million people. Because of the Brexit, the European Parliament voted in February 2018 to decrease the number to 705 members. With the exit of Great Britain the European Union faced some problems. At the beginning a lot of other countries thought about to follow Britain and also leave the EU. The parliament showed a lot of challenges the Brexit brings and because of that they could avoid it. Although there was a petition for a referendum my home country always was commonly for staying […]
17 de Junho de 2019.

O “Código de barras” das espécies

Filipe Costa, professor da Universidade do Minho, integra consórcio internacional que quer compilar sequências curtas de ADN de pelo menos cerca de dois milhões de seres vivos. Filipe Costa, professor da Universidade do Minho, é um dos mil cientistas que integra um consórcio internacional que quer descobrir os “códigos de barras” das diferentes espécies. O projecto Bioscan, que é lançado este domingo, pretende encontrar sequências curtas de ADN de cerca dois milhões de seres vivos nos próximos sete anos. O sistema de identificação usado por esta equipa de investigadores baseia-se em “códigos de barras” de ADN, que são sequências mais curtas de ADN, que permitem uma identificação rápida, mas ainda assim eficaz, das espécies. O seu funcionamento é semelhante ao […]
24 de Julho de 2018.

Vereda da Ponta de São Lourenço

There you can see huge cliffs reaching out of the sea. This eastern peninsula of the island is from volcanic origins, it consists mostly basalt stone but also limestone sediment formations. Because of the pretty dry climate and the exposure to northern winds, there is low vegetation. It looks very different from the other parts of the island and this is what makes it so special. A nice fact is that the name of the vereda comes from the name of João Gonçalves Zarco’s caravel, São Lourenço. Zarco was one of the three discoverers of Madeira. For me, this walk is definitely one that you NEED to do when you are in Madeira, it’s one of the most beautiful walks […]
9 de Julho de 2018.

Karel Appel

The paintings look (a little bit) like child drawings. This man is an internationally renowned Dutch painter, whose paintings look (at least according to critics) like they were painted by a child himself. Also, Karel stated: ´I just mess up something´. Others say this was not completely true, they say there was a big theory behind the paintings. Christiaan Karel Appel was born in 1921 in Amsterdam, he studied there at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. At the academy, he met two other artists with who he became close friends, Corneille and Constant. With these friends and a few others, he founded Cobra in 1948 at an international conference in Paris. This was an international movement of painters and […]
11 de Junho de 2018.

Saint John the Evangelist church

The church is built in mannerism and baroque style. The Saint John the Evangelist church, or college church, was built in the seventeenth and eighteenth century after the Jesuits college was built. It is, for me at least, one of the most impressive monuments in Funchal. In the 16th century, the Jesuits came to Madeira. They came to the Island because the island was invaded by French protestant pirates. Jesuits are part of the Society of Jesus, this Catholic order emphasizes on Education. Because of this, the Jesuits were the perfect chosen ones to convert the people in the island. The Jesuits college was built in the sixteenth century under the order of king Sebastian and right after that, the […]
26 de Março de 2018.

D. Maria I – The crazy Queen

D.Maria I was very religious and got completely crazy during her lifetime. Maria Francisca Isabel Josefa Antónia Gertrudes Rita Joana (Maria I) was the daughter of José I de Portugal and Mariana Victoria of Spain. Maria was born in 1734 and grew up with her sisters at the court in Lisbon. They seemed to have a good life, they were loved by their father and they did a lot of things, like riding horses, learning to draw and read French and Latin. But things happened in Maria´s lifetime that slowly drove her crazy. For example the earthquake in Lisbon, which killed thousands of people. She had to marry her uncle (at the age of 17) and apart from that she […]
15 de Janeiro de 2018.

Hello and goodbye

One of the most important things of this year was, for me, meeting new people from other countries. This wasn’t hard because we share our room with one or two others and our kitchen with around sixty. I met new people so fast, and always forgot that I had to say goodbye at some point. That’s what I’m thinking about now, when more and more people are leaving. So many things have happened and I never expected the people here to become real friends of mine. When you see the people go you realise that a small part of your life came to its end, which makes me sad and happy at the same time. Sad because it was so […]
31 de Dezembro de 2017.

One world

I´m happy that I am able to see now how I was thinking and how other people might be thinking. When I was a young girl, people used to tell me that Holland is one of the best countries to be born in. They told me that I lived in a prosperous country, in which everything is well organized and people are happy. Most of the time, we watched Dutch TV, heard our own language and learnt about our own history. In some kind of way this made me thinking that we were the only ones in this world, or at least the only good ones. And even though I learnt about it at geography and saw it on TV, […]