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On the 9th of August 2015 an abandon factory was reopened in a small town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. The reopening, after decades of being forgotten, happend thanks to the work of 3 young guys. They are not entrepreneurs, economists, lawyers but artists. The artists collective HAD had the audacity to open an innovative… » read more

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Written by: Sofia Arthurs-Schoppe Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj With only 18 years on board the EVS Large scale “Let’s Play Handball – Sport Reporting”, Sofia Arthurs- Schoppe makes the youngest journalist who participates in the ongoing Mladiinfo program taking place in Struga and Skopje, Macedonia. In the article bellow see her short reportage from Struga… » read more

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Article by: Gosia Krakowska (Poland) Picture credits: Gosia Krakowska ”How did you do it?”, my befriended law professor asked me. ”Did what?” “Did not give up on this (law studies) after so many years.” You Are Studying Abroad? Then Hammer it! To make the story short: I arrived in the Netherlands in 2005, alone, from… » read more

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Article by: Jessica Davidson Peace Corps Volunteer, Mladiinfo International team With a non-phonetic alphabet, English is especially difficult “Dzees ees Engleesh, ow come you don’t undergrstand me?” – the frustrated cry of a Frenchman to an American. Ok… Ok. As a fellow learner of foreign languages, I get it. Learning a second, third, fourth+ language… » read more

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Article by: Melanie Pinet (The United Kingdom) Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj While government officials in the United Kingdom are wandering around Westminster patting themselves on the back about the latest drop in unemployment figures (released by the Office for National Statistics), the youth of the country are still disengaged and the forgotten souls without hope… » read more

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