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· June, 2012

Stories about Youth from June, 2012

14 June 2012

Egypt: Documentary on Female Journalist of the Revolution going on US Tour

Words of Witness, a documentary on a young female journalist reporting the Egyptian revolution is going on tour in the USA. First in film festivals in California and in New...

Video: Youth and the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development

12 June 2012

Kyrgyzstan: Rap Song Stokes Ethnic Hostility on Anniversary of Clashes

As Kyrgyzstan marks the second anniversary of the June 2010 events, a new rap song is stoking tension in Osh, a southern city which was the epicenter of the ethnic...

4 June 2012

Sri Lanka: Towards The Perfect Reconciliation

Mauritania: Students Sacked because of Activism

The story of the expulsion of students from Nouakchott University due to their activism has resurfaced, this time following a decision by the disciplinary council at the Medicine Faculty to...

Tajikistan: Why There Aren't Many Bloggers in the Country

1 June 2012

Uruguay: Students Recall Receiving First “Ceibalitas” Five Years Later

Mexico: #YoSoy132 Youth Movement Generates Debate

The supposed non-partisanship of the far-reaching youth movement #YoSoy132 has prompted questions and opinions on social networking sites. With a month left before the Mexican elections, take a look at...

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