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· August, 2008

Stories about Youth from August, 2008

Egypt: A protest for Turkish TV series Nour

Hungary: A First-Grader's Shopping List

Kazakhstan: Illegitimate childhood

Afghanistan: Child Sexual Abuse

Dubai: Nugget full of Bone

Russia: Anti-War Music

South Korea: Sex Offender Bracelet

Bahrain: Embarrassing Young People

Bulgaria: Institutionalized Children With Disabilities

Japan and Thailand: Children of the Dark

Roy Berman from Multant frog elaborated his comments on a newly released film “Children of the Dark” which is about how children in Thailand are exploited by developed countries.

Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica: People Power

Anguilla, Bermuda: Parental Liability

Brazil: Longer maternity leave causes media outcry

Southeast Asia’s Olympic performance

Southeast Asian countries garnered 12 medals in the recently concluded 2008 Beijing Olympics. Indonesia leads the pack with 5 medals: 1 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals.

Breastfeeding in Thailand

Bahrain: Celebrating the Imam Al-Mahdi’s birth

In the middle of the Islamic month of Sha’aban, the month before Ramadan, festivities take place all over Bahrain celebrating the date of Imam Al Mahdi’s birth. The occasion is...

MENA: Refused Gaza Fulbright students speak

A few weeks a group of students from the Gaza Strip who were due to go to the United States on Fulbright scholarships had their visas revoked at the last...

Morocco: Rural Life

Morocco: Changing the Mentality Toward Traffic

Grenada: Thinking About Poverty

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