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· November, 2012

Stories about Ideas from November, 2012

China: Top 10 horrible figures of 2012?

Côte d'Ivoire: Online Campaign Says No to Holding Multiple Public Offices

Ivorian bloggers have initiated a campaign for a real public debate on the issue of parliamentarians simultaneously holding multiple elected offices in Côte d'Ivoire. Tired of seeing parliamentarians also being...

Macedonia: 7th Critical Mass Biking in Skopje on Wednesday

Mauritania: “Knowledge for All” Campaign to Collect 30,000 Books

Rise of Bulgaria's Tomato Revolution

On November 24, people gathered in front of the Bulgarian Parliament in the capital city of Sofia, thus officializing what has become known as the 'Tomato Revolution.' Rayna Stamboliyska reports.

Blogirame Award Distinguishes Macedonia's Top Bloggers and Twitter Users

Macedonian blog aggregator Blogirame ["We blog"] published the results of their first annual awards, as well as videos from the ceremony held on November 23, 2012. Filip Stojanovski reports.

Ibero-America: Free Software Assessment Report 2012

Peru: The Real Meaning of Christmas

Brazil, France: Agroecology Helps Reduce Poverty

Mending Japan and China Relations

Following anti-Japan protests in China, official ties between Japan and China are still at an impasse as of late October. While both governments are struggling to improve relations, some success...

Zimbabwe: Hashtag #263Chat to Crowdsource Opinions on Pressing Issues

A Mauritanian Blogging Week Against Foreign Mining

For a week, Mauritanian bloggers took part in a campaign entitled "Against foreign mining companies." Ahmed Ben Jedou shares with us blog posts and tweets from the campaign, which aimed...

Bahamas: Banking or Learning?

What Ever Happened to Russian Nationalism?

Just two years ago, Russians' capacity for street protests seemed limited to soccer hooligans and race riots. This, it appeared at the time, was the most the world could expect...

Nicaragua: Nothing Goes to Waste at ‘El Gansito’

Jamaica: Creole and Jamaican Identity

Trinidad & Tobago: Taking Steps To Combat White Collar Crime

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