In the ever-evolving landscape of education, technology has emerged as a powerful tool that holds immense potential to enhance teaching and revolutionize learning experiences
Do you know what the saying “kill your darlings” means? “Most of our troubles are due to our passionate desire for and attachment to things that we misapprehend as enduring entities.” ~Dalai Lama I asked on Facebook about the topic of “giving up attachment,” and I collected some opinions: Sufyan says: “To be attached to… Continue reading Kill Your Darlings
“We use cameras of their own making, we download pictures on computers we imported from them, we open the internet whose network they invented for us, we enter the Facebook that they chained us to, and we wear clothes with their brands written on them…”
Death boats, the name given to the boats that carry illegal immigrants on board. Boats carrying young people at the age of flowers, with their dreams, aspirations and hopes. But these are boats that don’t give life as much as they hope. These are boats that carry inevitable death, if not for all, then for the thousands of them.
Numerous songs, poems to novels and movies are dedicated to love, it is one of the most enduring subject for artworks through the ages; just try to imagine how much its related to the historical, cultural, and even evolutionary human experience!
According to the Article 47 of the Tunisian constitution, “the state must provide all forms of protection to children without discrimination, in accordance with their best interest”. The gap between legal texts and their implementation, however, is exacerbated by the lack of an independent mechanism for monitoring children’s rights.
Were you ever stepped out in an interview by someone you though has less impressive resume or lower qualifications? The reason may be that they excelled in the so called soft skills.
As part of the “Transcontinental MEDIActive Youth: Africa on Board” project coordinated by CDER, a special website dedicated to media literacy and media activism of young people was created: https://mediactiveyouth.org The overall project objective is to build the capacity of youth organizations, youth workers and young people, and to develop new educational online resources in… Continue reading MediActive Youth Project website created
Within MEDIActive Youth project on media literacy, the training course has been successfully held in Belgrade from 25th June to 2nd July 2022. The training, hosted by Centar za drustveno ekonomski razvoj (CDER), had 21 youth worker participants, 3 from each partner NGOs. It was led by experienced CDER trainers. The goal of the training… Continue reading Media literacy training for youth workers successfully implemented
MEDIActive Youth is an international youth initiative of improving youth media literacy launched in 2015. Within two previous Erasmus+ MEDIActive Youth projects capacities of 22 youth NGOs from Europe and Latin America have been raised, a Transnational Youth Magazine (TYM) has been launched, website www.mediactiveyouth.net and multilingual online courses have been created. The overall objective… Continue reading Transcontinental MEDIActive Youth: Africa on Board Project has started