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Turn off the lights

Turn off the lights

By • on August 20, 2012

Turn off the Lights is a movie directed by Ivana Mladenović that was awarded the Heart of Sarajevo for best documentary film at the recently finished

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Life as a Roma Mother

Life as a Roma Mother

By • on August 17, 2012

Andrea and Denisa, two young Roma mothers, speak of the joys and challenges of motherhood in the Czech Republic.

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Orav: Education is crucial for further progress

Orav: Education is crucial for further progress

By • on August 14, 2012

In an interview with Mr. Aivo Orav, the Head of the EU Delegation to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), we tackled issues regarding the

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Seeing Sutka from a different perspective

Seeing Sutka from a different perspective

By • on August 10, 2012

When you head for the first time towards the municipality of Suto Orizari, you expect a welcome from the main characters of the documentary “Sutka book

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To Borrow Love

To Borrow Love

Foster mothers in Bulgaria share their stories

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C-street, listen to us!

C-street, listen to us!

By • on August 6, 2012

Since its launch in September 2011, C Street Radio has emerged as one of the largest online radio stations in Hungary. Established by four young Roma men,

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Roma School

Roma School

By • on August 3, 2012

Twelve students are the first in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, get the opportunity to attend school in Romani.

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I could totally identify Mari’s role

On the street people recognize her from her role, but Kata Toldi, the female star of the film, Just the Wind has no job- just like before. She lives in a beautiful little town near Budapest with her family,

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The Problem of Begging: Serbia

A research on begging among children conducted in Serbia through the cooperation of the Ombudsman and the Norwegian organization Save the Children, involving state agencies and the civil sector as well,

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The Problem of Begging: Macedonia

“Please give me 10 denars”. This is one of the most common sentences that children say on streets, crossroads and squares inMacedonia. Many of them beg every day for bread, but it is widely

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