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· July, 2010

Stories about Youth from July, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Colourful

Bangldesh: What Youth Think About Mobile Phones

Russia: Staying power of penalism

Nepal: Empowering The Youth

Slovakia: Hungarian School Trips

Tibor Blazko compiles Slovak netizens' reactions to a new Hungarian law that would bring Hungarian schoolchildren to parts of the neighboring countries that in the past belonged to Hungary.

Russia: Memorial memento

Global Lives: Revisiting the project recording people's lives

Two years ago we wrote about a project in its initial stages: Global Lives set out to record a day in the life of 10 people from all over the...

India: From Stone Pelting In Kashmir Streets To Facebook Protests

Indian administered Kashmir valleys are boiling over tensions and rage against Indian security forces over killing of a number of young protesters. An SMS ban ensued to stop rumors and...

Russia: What Nashi youth learn about the world

Palestine: The Pain of Exile

Palestinian refugees are one of the biggest displaced populations in the world, with the United Nations providing assistance for some 4.7 million registered refugees in the occupied Palestinian territory, Jordan,...

Brunei: Sultan makes surprise school visit

The Sultan of Brunei paid a surprise school visit a day before his birthday to consult with youth and students. Young Bruneians blogged and tweeted the unexpected royal visit.

Trinidad & Tobago: Eating Wisely

Africa: Addressing HIV in Southern Africa

U.S.V.I.: Teen Killed

Kyrgyzstan: Young people promoting peace in the aftermath of clashes

Bahrain: Stubbing it Out!

With the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan (month of fasting) fast approaching, Bahraini blogger Tawfeeq Al Rayash is hitting two birds with one stone. He is fasting for three months...

Global: A Contest to Promote Youth-Driven Media in The Francophone Regions

Morocco: “Still Living in My Parent's House,” says a 40-year-old Girl

One in every three Moroccan women is single. Studies show that this has more to do with economic hardship, lack of education, the absence of democracy. Samira is a 40...

India: Delhi Wall Project

Puerto Rico: On Probation

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