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    PHOTO GALLERY: Youth Forum on Refugees and Migrants in New Media

                                Photos are made by Phil Lampron and Filip Ivanov.

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    PHOTO EXHIBITION: “Diversity and Integration through the Eyes of Youth”

    The Photo Exhibition is a part of the Youth Forum “Refugees and Migrants in the New Media in South-East Europe and Central Europe” that aims to discover how the new media in these regions have been reflecting on the migrant and/or refugee crisis and to what extent they contributed to the promotion of diversity. 30 photos selected […]

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    Final Youth Forum in FYR Macedonia

    “Representation of Minorities in the New Media in Central and East Europe” was the final Youth Forum within the project Youth Challenging Diversity. The forum took place in Skopje, Macedonia (3-4 March, 2016) and gathered 50 young people from 14 countries. The forum enabled the space where main project researcher Marko Troshanovski presented the results […]

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    Third Youth Forum in Sofia

    Highlights from The Third Youth Forum within the project Youth Challenging Diversity took place in Sofia, Bulgaria (4-5 December, 2015) and was on the topic “Stories That Connect, Examples That Direct: Good Practices in Representing Minorities Online”

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    Second Youth Forum in Greece

    Our photo gallery from “Online (Stereo)Typing: How We Portray Minorities in Everyday Life through New Media?” – Second Youth Forum within our project, that took place on 4-5 September in Greece.

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    First Youth Forum in Croatia

    New Media – New Opportunities? The Newity They Bring to Diversity was the topic of the youth forum that took place on 10 and 11 May in Buje, Croatia as part of the project Youth Challenging Diversity – Representation of Minorities in the New Media. Check out gallery of our activities in Croatia

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