One of the most magical nights of the year is approaching. The burning of witches was celebrated by the ancient Celts, who said goodbye to the winter and welcomed the spring. Since then, the holiday has undergone many changes and Christianity has signed on it. Join us in the history of burning witches and find out more about witch trials in our country.

Easter in the Czech Republic is a great time. Many traditions are still observed and practiced, especially in small villages, and different regions may have their own Easter traditions or activities.


Czech Republic Easter Symbols

Ve zdravém těle, zdravý duch! is a typical Czech phrase which literally means in with health body comes health mind.

In the upcoming two days, we celebrate the International Day of Sport and World Health Day all around the world. 

Today, Friday 11 February, we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

Many people around the world know the story of Kaspar, Melichar and Baltazar. According to legend, they were kings from the East, but in the Bible, they are called Sages because they were very educated.

After gaining independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire following WWI, Czechoslovakia was officially formed on 28th October 1918. But following 20 years of independence, the country was occupied by Nazi forces in 1938 until being liberated in 1945, a time the Czech lands officially spent as the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.

The legend about Martin, the Whitehorse rider

The 11th November is a day, which is celebrated as the day of St. Martin. Traditionally, this day is connected with the first snow falling, feasting and the first wine made from the last harvest. St. Martin's Day is undoubtedly one of the most popular Christian holidays. Many associate it with the first snow (which is supposed to be symbolically expressed by Martin's white horse), a tasting of young wine of a slowly ending year, and a baked juicy goose.

History of Independent Czechoslovak State Day

Do not expect any simple lies that you reveal right after the first sentence. There is far greater evil behind all of this.

International exchange is surely a good place to gain a lot of experience in professional life as well as your personal development.

Social Inclusion is one of our six Causes of ESN and it is no less important than the others. This Cause is not represented just by our events, but also by our behaviour.

Information! Data! News! Media - there are so many of them and it is up to you which ones you choose. It must be pointed out however that you should not choose the ones you like the most, but the most objective and reliable ones.

Culture is one of the six Causes of ESN. There are hundreds of events focused on culture organised every year by the sections all across Europe. The promotion of intercultural dialogue and understanding is at the core of ESN’s mission.

„Erasmus in Zeiten von Corona“ was the topic of the interview conducted by LandesEcho Online Mangazine and our President Adéla Smejkalová was more than pleased to overview how ESN CZ manages the whole situation."

How is ESN in the Czech Republic helping students from abroad to settle and orientated?

Education & Youth is one of the six Causes of ESN. Education is the core activity of ESN and youth is the main target group. ESN has a big impact on the quality of mobility in Europe and makes sure the voice and needs of youth are heard by the decision-makers as the youth has the most relevant personal experience with the quality of mobility. ESN, as an organisation, undertakes various steps and organizes activities to support this goal. 

Erasmus + programme

Environmental Sustainability is one of the six Causes of ESN.

The new version of the 

The Causes of ESN are a transition of our mission, vision and values into our everyday activity.

 

Your most exciting Erasmus reunion is waiting for you!