From unemployed to brew master
A training opportunity brought János to the job market when he returned to his home country, Hungary, after 10 years abroad.
Interreg is there for all of us, sometimes in surprising ways. Meet Europeans from different parts of the continent telling their stories on how Interreg has touched their life.
Olivia Ahltorp loves the nature and didn’t want to move to a big city to fulfill her dreams as a musician. How did she get it all to work out for her?
Angelika Ambrus from Hungary is about to finish her secondary school and has been actively pondering about where to continue her study path. Getting possibilities to participate in responsible actions with other youth has helped her in setting new dreams for her future.
Anita Hmelnicka is a pensioner from Zalenieki, Latvia. A traffic accident changed her life and finding work became a challenge for years. Finally she found her way to Zaļenieki Activity Center and things took a new course.
Arthur–Cristian Rusznák was a young, unemployed artist with a lot of talent and a lot of questions about how he could make a difference in the world. An art project with disadvantaged children in Banloc, Romania, opened his eyes to see a different future ahead of him.
Janet Cairns, aged 62, from Portadown in Northern Ireland, was diagnosed with wet age-related macular degeneration in September 2021, a condition which can cause rapid deterioration in central vision. On a family holiday she realised she couldn’t see where her grandchildren were in the water and realised she needed to get help.