Margit Ignacz (Hungary)

October 22, 2015
I like to deal with pupils and I like to do drama pedagogy and different kinds of non-formal education. I think If I know English language well, I can help the children more effectively.

Mersud Selman (Bosnia)

October 15, 2015

My name is Mersud Selman, I was born in 1986 in Bihac where I finished secondary art school. In 2010, I entered the Academy of Painting in Sovilj where I was a highly respected student and praised for my paintings. I participated in several art colonies and workshops, had solo exhibitions exhibited alone in Bihac, Milan, Sarajevo, Banja Luka, and Vienna. Already as a small boy I was making a living by selling paintings.

Denis Vaitsekhovskii (Russia)

October 15, 2015
In the future, I want to work in Public Administration. English proficiency promotes successful development of both education and moving up on the career ladder, education that I certainly want to go through.

Leila Lazar (Hungary)

October 15, 2015
My dream is that one day I will work at United Nations or the European Parliament.

Marinela Isuf (Albania)

October 14, 2015
Not knowing English has been an obstacle in continuing my MA studies. Being part of RELP allows me to make new friends with young Roma from all over Europe and exchange with them experiences regarding Roma issues.