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Anastasia Shishkina is a 3rd year humanities student at Anglo-American University in Prague originally from Russia and currently studying abroad at Chapman University, California. Being involved in many student activities and taking advantage of studying in an international environment truly enriches her life that offered her countless adventurous both home and abroad. In our latest featured… [read more]

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Interview by: Stefan Alijevikj Edited by: Marija Matovska  The Social Impact Awards for 2016 are just about to be launched in dozens of European countries. Mladiinfo International joined the initiative, and organized the awards for the first time in 2015, for Macedonia. The journey with the Social Impact Award is an exciting one, and, it means… [read more]

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Author: Lindsey Patterson Scientists have begun to reach to younger generations for new ideas. It’s not because they’re out of anything good, but it’s because they know that these young minds will be the ones to take over when they’re gone. Not only that, but this generation is growing up in an age of technology and… [read more]

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Prepared by: Hristina Sibinovska and Ana Alibegova Edited by: Stefan Alijevikj The beautiful island of Crete has not become widely known only due to the sandy beaches and crystal clear waters attracting thousands of tourists each year, but even more, it reached the front pages and the breaking news as being one of the gates… [read more]

The post Perakis: Journalism Is Not Internet Stats, It Is Reporting about the Truth appeared first on Mladiinfo.

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40 Days, 40 Nights and 56 Games

Picture credits: Uroš Hočevar Article by: Andreea Giuclea  Translation by: Dan Dracea In the last evening of the European project I took part in this summer, we all gathered around in a circle in order to receive our Youthpass certificates. Each one of us took out a random one and was supposed to describe – using… [read more]

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Photo credits: Sofia Arthurs-Schoppe 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… [read more]

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Interview by: Stefan Alijevikj Edited by: Ana Alibegova Our Good Earth (Наша Добра Земја) is the first organic food cooperative of buyers in Macedonia. They have started as an informal group of twenty families in search of organic, ecological local food from the most environment friendly and cleanest regions across the country. In less than… [read more]

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Written by: Zrinka Šajn (Croatia), Bora Eseroğlu (Turkey), Mesut Urcan (Turkey), Arda Tüzüner (Turkey), Nicolò Donati (Italy) , Sofia Peresani (Italy), Hazal Korkut (Turkey) and Ayça Şahin (Turkey)  Edited by: Ana Alibegova / Stefan Alijevikj The cozy town in Slovenian Istria – Piran is certainly a place worth to visit. Not only it is famous among Slovenian and foreign tourists… [read more]

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ghoti picture credit 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,… [read more]

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Author: Ana Alibegova Green shirts, double coloured neckerchiefs, tied with a slipknot, campfires – scouts are not just a group of people who love the nature, but they are part of a world movement named Scouting that promotes education, active citizens and contributes to a better world. From an experimental camping to a worldwide movement… » read more

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