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· June, 2009

Stories about Youth from June, 2009

Trinidad & Tobago: Memory Lane

Serbia-Belarus: Mobile phones in civil resistance

Taiwan: Meet Taiwan's “Twitter Queen”

Ghana: New Media in the Hands of Young Ghanaians

Operated by young people, for young people, YPWC exploits new media to create links with like-minded individuals and organisations around the world to enhance opportunities for young people here in...

Cuba: Fear of Change?

Palestine: Website Honors Memory of Fallen Daughters

Liberia: Interruption brought to you by really cute kids

MJ Death Reaction in Kuwait

After the passing of Michael Jackson there has been a mixture of reactions from the Kuwaiti blogosphere: for some it was memories from their childhood, for others its discussing their...

Soviet History: Punk Under Totalitarian Rule

China: Calling for volunteers

FSU: Soviet Toys

Macedonia: Real Life Facebook Event

Israel: Music Videos Unite Jewish & Arab Youth

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Breaking the Silence

Azerbaijan: Interview with Nigar Fatali

Egyptian Rap Song in support of Iran

Trinidad & Tobago: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Malawi: Reactions to Madonna's adoption of Chifundo

For some who never knew Malawi, they have gotten to hear about the country in Africa purely because of Madonna whose full name is not known to many. It appears...

Metropolis TV and Hivos: Independent People Videos

Metropolis TV is a Hivos and VPRO TV project based in the Netherlands, which brings together film-makers and civil video journalists from all over the world to record and transmit...

Belarus: A game of pointed questions

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