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· December, 2009

Stories about Youth from December, 2009

Caucasus: 2009 Blog Review

If the Armenian and Georgian blogospheres attracted most interest during 2008 after one disputed presidential election in the former and an albeit short war with Russia in the latter, Azerbaijan...

Uruguay: The Best Blogs from School-Aged Children

Vietnam: Training restaurant for street kids

Mums In Bangladesh

India: Surviving Child Abuse

Cambodia: First Gay Blog

Kazakhstan: Another Mass Infection Scandal

Turkmenistan: Hip-hop in the country of Turkmenbashi

South Korea: Fan's culture

Israel: Defining Parenting Styles

Australia pushes internet censorship; Twitter erupts

Australia's Communications Minister Stephen Conroy declared his determination last week to push through mandatory internet censorship of a government-defined blacklist of websites, sparking an online frenzy in blogs and on...

Lebanon: Fun(d)raising

A group of Lebanese bloggers decided to draw smiles on the faces of underprivileged kids by getting them toys for Christmas. Fun(d)raising is the name of their project and they're...

Russia: Popular Blogger Would Be Glad If Russian Authorities Restrict Internet

Popular Russian blogger and activist Roman Dobrokhotov talks to GVO about the Internet and online activism in the country.

Azerbaijan: Education, free thought and development

Japan: Peace picture books

Trinidad & Tobago: Poor Packaging

Yaoi in the Philippines

Lebanon: Queer Parenting

Hong Kong: Undemocratic Legco set to approve the world's most costly express train

The Legislative Council (Legco) in Hong Kong is about to approve the funding for the world's most expensive Express Rail Link (ERL)'s construction plan on the coming Friday (Dec 18)....

Barbados, Guyana: Christmas!

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