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  Author: Anesa Colakovic, Kosovo Photos taken by Anesa Colakovic The day started like any other. Like every single day, I follow the same old routine; get up, eat breakfast find something to wear in the closet, get dressed, and leave. No variation, no chance for change or creativity. When I come back from school… » read more

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Author: Van Laethem Benjamin It was in the end of March , a chain of acquaintances who I have met during my travel brought me there. I’m still half sleeping in my room, yet I can hear a huge bustle outside. In that moment I preferred to stay in my bed, firstly because it’s around… » read more

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@article and photos provided by Norwegian Helsinki Committee for human rights Build Bridges not Walls – the role of universities in peacebuilding is a regional education project organised in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo by the Norwegian Helsinki Committee in cooperation with Buskerud University College in Norway. The idea of the project is to… » read more

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Mladiinfo B-day

On the 4th of November Mladiinfo celebrated its 3rd birthday in Skopje with a party at the MKC club. Ivan Radenov from Macedonian idol was in charge of the music together with his band Aquarius and thanks to them the dance floor was never empty. The peak moment was when the b-day cake was brought… » read more

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The Bridge on the River Neretva by Lassi Kurkijarvi@flickr Author: Eric Staples It’s impossible to explore Mostar without marveling the damage caused by war. Everyday I observe the façades of the buildings I pass—many rendered into Swiss cheese after taking a beating of bullets. One building in particular is but a shell of what was… » read more

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When East met West

Author: Evgeniya Lisovskaya I had come to this country with a baggage of stereotypes, as a student of intercultural communication, I admit it. Some of them were rejected, others were reinforced. Actually, stereotypes are not so bad. We need them to make the reality around us seem easier. However, the problem is that these stereotypes… » read more

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I have often thought about the advantages and disadvantages of marrying a man from the Balkans as opposed to a man from the UK, and though perhaps my husband is not a typical Balkan man, if there is such a thing, there have certainly been aspects of our marriage that have been shaped by his Macedonian-ness. Here is a guide to the most positive of those influences

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