Armenia: Youth Activism

Seetizan, the blog of a local youth activist, continues to dwell on the need to encourage the active participation of citizens, and especially youth, in addressing various local issues which are usually related to, or actually part of, much wider problems affecting the whole world. In his latest post, Seetizan attempts to “re-brand” the slogan of a small radical opposition youth group and expresses the desire to start something more constructive away from partisan party politics.

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