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Here Youth Time Magazine publishes five of the most interesting and informative youth related news items of the past week. This time we speak about South Korean government's plan to tighthen rules on student visas, the first ever student to attend a Gaza university under the Erasmus programme, and US college admissions scandal.
Young people from all over the world are welcome to apply for the 65th International Student Conference. The event will be held from August 21st till September 2nd in Tokyo, Japan.
Even though the main topic of this article is parenting and the issues connected with it, it is not dedicated to parents but, on the contrary, to those who are just entering an “adult” world full of traps and pitfalls. To those who will decide what the destiny of the coming generations will look like. To those who are at the decisive starting point. To those of you who with the help of your own wise actions can change the chain reaction from preceding generations.
The European Commission is inviting young people from around the world to play an active role in this year’s European Development Days (EDD) and Young Leaers Programme. 15 extraordinary young people aged 21-26 will represent the powerful impact that youth are having in the development field. The deadline is on 24 March 2019.