25/3/2015 - 12:00 am

Proud to be Romani?

The Roma are a controversial topic in the Czech Republic, and people of Roma origin are often mistreated. After the fall of the Communist regime in 1989, the country began opening up to other ethnicities, and the treatment of minorities improved gradually. But there is still a lot of stigma regarding the Roma.

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18/3/2015 - 12:00 am

Can We Hear Each Other?

There are about 70 million deaf people in the World. But what we do actually know about them? What do we know about their every day problems and problem of the status of deaf community? Our contributor Mia Comic plunged in this topic on example of Serbia. Don't miss checking out this interesting and deep longread.

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What if Albert Einstein, Aristotle, Steve Jobs and the other most prominent thinkers drew round the same table and discussed the issues regarding education? We’ve imagined such a situation which resulted in a captivating conversation that couldn’t have happened in real life but is quite feasible on our website.

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Governments, international organizations and individuals have always been fighting for world peace, a state of ultimate freedom, serenity, and happiness among and within all nations and people of the world. However, all the efforts that are being made to make this dream a reality seem to be, to a large extent, not enough.

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A dark freezing morning has the capability of making everyone wish they worked from home and could stay in bed with a warm cup of coffee.

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I know more about myself now, than I ever imagined; more than any person in history would have imagined for himself or herself. I remember every single detail now.

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The Israeli-Palestinian struggle is emblematic of all contemporary disputes over land. Since Israel's creation nearly seven decades ago, the world has witnessed the overall injustice behind the Zionist construction of the moral and legal framework that legitimized the dispossession of the indigenous people of Palestine.

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From vegetarians, to burger lovers, many youth around the globe are becoming more and more conscientious about the foods they put into their bodies. Here are stories of three students who were strong enough to change their habits and practice completely new eating behaviors. 

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"They transported us in wooden carriages. Another group of prisoners arrived along with us. They loaded them into trucks, but we for some reason had to go on foot. I remember the parade ground and these strange chimneys pouring with black smoke. We asked, “What exactly are they manufacturing for you in these factories?” But it was the people they had forced into the trucks they were burning." – From the memoirs of Yelena Kharina, a Soviet intelligence agent and Auschwitz prisoner.

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We live in the world of trends. Every day social networks offer us thousands of cheap, bold and simple ways to remind the rest of the world of our existence. 

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