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· October, 2008

Stories about Youth from October, 2008

27 October 2008

Bangladesh, India: Things that make your children taller, stronger and sharper

Recently two advertisements of childrens food products made by Nestlé and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) aired by a Bangladeshi television channel were banned in UK. The Bangladeshi private TV channel NTV (not...

23 October 2008

Egyptian Blogger Nora Younis Wins Human Rights First Award

Egyptian blogger and human rights activist Nora Younis was awarded the Annual Human Rights Award today.

21 October 2008

China: Child Labor

19 October 2008

Macedonia: Update on the ‘Computer for Every Child’ Project

Guinea-Bissau: On the increasing popularity of mobile phones

Japan: Media Bias in Potato Field Eviction?

Images appearing on Japanese TV of government forces evicting crying nursery school children from potato fields in Osaka, part of plans to extend a highway (the Second Keihan Highway) between...

17 October 2008

Iran:Iran's Judiciary puts STOP to CHILD EXECUTIONS

Japan: Children in tears over potato fields, net users suspicious

Barbados, U.S.A.: Ordinary Joes?

Macedonia: Software Freedom Day

As part of the global Software Freedom Day, Free Software Macedonia for the third time has organized an event in the center of Skopje. On Oct. 4, they distributed leaflets...

15 October 2008

Bahamas, Haiti: Eyes of a Child

Global: Babbling Doll Offensive to American Parents

If you think that the incomprehensible sounds babies make mean nothing, think again. Keeping up with the times, the blogopshere is abuzz over Fisher-Price’s Baby Cuddle and Coo doll, which...

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