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Digital skills and development in the Western Balkans

Digital skills and development in the Western Balkans

By Milena Harito, Former Minister, MP The six Western Balkans countries, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, together representing a population of fewer than 20 million people are the last ones yet engaged in the process

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After Knesset election-rama, Israeli political advisers turn to Tirana

After Knesset election-rama, Israeli political advisers turn to Tirana

by TAL SCHNEIDER No fewer than 8 Israeli campaign strategists were involved in Albania’s recent vote, including Netanyahu’s once-unreticent spokesman Jonatan Urich, who may be seeking new pastures For nearly a year, one of the most outspoken defenders of Prime

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Beijing endless sights, smells and colors

Beijing endless sights, smells and colors

Travel notes

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Why September 12 matters so much

Why September 12 matters so much

By Lauren Monsen In September 2001, after terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in New York, the Maasai people of Kenya tried to send 14 cows to the people of America. Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah, who had come up with the

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Solidarity Movement – or the beginning of the end of communism

Solidarity Movement – or the beginning of the end of communism

By Karol BACHURA “Solidarity” (Polish: Solidarność) Independent Self-governing Trade Union “Solidarity” was founded in August 1980 at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdańsk, Poland. Subsequently, it was the first independent union in a Warsaw Pact country to be recognized by the state. The union’s membership peaked at 10 million in September

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“Solidarity” in Poland

“Solidarity” in Poland

Professor Timothy Snyder BIO: English historian The creation of “Solidarity” is one of the most important events in the history of Poland and the world at the end of the 20th century. It became a moment that changed the essence

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The Battle of Warsaw 1920

The Battle of Warsaw 1920

Pope Benedict XV realized how grave the situation was: “It is not only Poland’s existence as a nation that is imperiled, but the entire Europe faces the atrocities of a new war.” The Defeat of the Empire of Evil By Jarosław SZAREK, President

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Albanian WCDC part of WASL and UN Security Council meeting

Albanian WCDC part of WASL and UN Security Council meeting

August 4, 2020 The Albanian organization, Women Center for Development and Culture (WCDC) was part of a meeting between the civil society members of the international network WASL (Women Alliance for Security leadership) and the UN Security Council current and future 18 members. The Albanian CSO, WCDC is

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Global Council calls for ceasefire & peacebuilding in Libya

Global Council calls for ceasefire & peacebuilding in Libya

The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace (GCTP) has called for immediate ceasefire and peacebuilding in Libya as the violent conditions in the country remain. “Despite the recent violence and instability in Libya, there is still an opportunity for peace.

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Stars of Covid –Recognizing global humanitarian action in the face of crisis

Stars of Covid –Recognizing global humanitarian action in the face of crisis

London, June 28, 2020- Albanian organizations and individuals were recognized among those who are helping humanity to face Covid-19 crisis in prestigious online event was organised by WHD-World Humanitarian Drive. Awardees include organizations ‘Fundjave Ndryshe’, ‘Djemte e Picarit’, ‘Universiteti Mesdhetar’

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