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· March, 2007

Stories about Education from March, 2007

11 March 2007

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Today's post is on daily life in Iraq. Read moments in the life of an Iraqi blogger, find out the real difference between boys and girls, and learn of the...

9 March 2007

Poland: College Education

Bahrain: Bloggers Consider Starting Official Society

Bahrain bloggers restarted their monthly gatherings after a break of some months. This get-together was organised by Mahmood Al Yousif as usual, but with more structure than previous sessions: It...

8 March 2007

Uzbekistan: School Reform

Mexico: Private Schooling

Madagascar: Development and Protection of the Environment: mutually exclusive ?

(courtesy of Tattum) A recent headline in the news has created a buzz in the world of the environmentalists and among Malagasy bloggers. The Pan African Mining corporation undertook the...

Myanmar: Blogging the Job

Four presidents, schools without teachers, grassroots activism, film on tour and the gay issue

Blogs continue to provide a venue for Swahili bloggers and their readers to question every action of political leaders. Sure, there are blog posts devoted to other issues – film,...

6 March 2007

Arabisc: An Open letter to the Saudi Labour Minister

Saudi Arabian blogger Raed Al Saeed has written an open letter to his Labour Minister Dr Ghazi Al Gosaibi, who is also a distinguished writer and diplomat, and posted it...

Russia: “Torture by Visa”

China: please forget Lei Feng

Yemen: Teachers Stage Sit-in

5 March 2007

Iran: Women Activists Jailed, Teachers on the Street and War Whispers

Iranian women’s peaceful protest movement on Sunday was repressed violently by police and more than 32 activists, including several journalists and bloggers, were arrested.Thanks to Kosoof you can see some...

China: criticizing big universities

Sierra Leone: Think Build Change Salone Initiative