Stories about Youth from December, 2023
"Making demands was like banging your head against the wall. It was pointless, because we got nothing."
"What is important in my view when discussing disinformation is addressing the structural problems, such as media literacy, because Western Balkans have some of the lowest media literacy rates in Europe."
"The overwhelming support, protests and political education of the overseas Burmese community for the Spring Revolution has been critical to our victories."
This particular march is not merely a protest of alarm; it is also a gesture of mourning. Many of our people have died this year as victims of violence.
A report detailed 36 attacks on schools in Brazil between 2002 and October 2023, 16 of them this year. Daniel Cara, the project coordinator, talked to Global Voices about what's behind this issue.
‘Code Amber’ turned into the black ribbon: North Macedonia mourns 14-year-old abducted girl found dead
The disappearance and confirmation of the abduction and murder of a teenage girl in Skopje and a senior citizen in Veles sent shockwaves through Macedonian society, as authorities speedily unraveled the case.