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· November, 2011

Stories about Youth from November, 2011

18 November 2011

Peru: ‘Sugar Camp Lima’ Aims to Give Children a Learning Platform in Their Native Language

Gabon's UNESCO Bailout: International Solidarity at What Price?

Ali Bongo, President of Gabon, has agreed to offer $2 million USD to UNESCO, following the launch of an emergency fund to compensate for the loss of funding from the...

16 November 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: Bull S**t Artists

United States: What Your Kids Talk About on Facebook

China: Photo Captures Plight of 58 Million ‘Left Behind Children’

A photo showing a little girl caring for her baby brother in a classroom in rural China has caused an online stir. It reflects the country's long-standing social problem of...

15 November 2011

Barbados: Contemporary Caribbean Art

Italy: End of the Road for Berlusconi

Amidst scandals and controversies, the Italian Prime Minister resigned on Saturday, after losing his parliamentary majority during a crucial budget vote. As the technocrat Mario Monti is appointed as head...

11 November 2011

Cuba: Athlete Forgotten

Colombia: Students Gather in Bogotá's Bolívar Square

On November 10, public university students participated in marches throughout the country and gathered in Bolivar Square in Bogota, the principal administrative center of the country. The event aimed to...

Macedonia: Interior Ministry Responds to Invitation for Debate

The response of the Ministry of the Interior to an invitation for public debate on ways to bring about positive social change through civic activism and reform, organized by the...

8 November 2011

Côte d'Ivoire: When Will the Universities Reopen?

During the post-electoral crisis in Ivory Coast, at the beginning of 2011, the country's three universities were closed and those living in the university halls of residence made to leave....

Trinidad & Tobago: Controversial Show Suspended

Brunika: Brunei's Instagramers Community

Movember Brunei

Taiwan: Updates from “Occupy Taipei”

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