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Project Nenech sebou zametat! goes on!

Project Nenech sebou zametat! continues also in school year 2012 /2013. There are some innovations and new possibilities for lectors and new participants of this project. First innovation is about training of lectors. Two trainings of new lectors will be held during this period but also two educational seminars of current lectors which will help them to expand their knowledge and experience during interesting discussions with important guests. Project team prepared six discussions with experts of project topics. During these

The Gypsy problem: is there any solution?

On Sunday evening, 15th of April, 15-years old Peter walked through Czech town Břeclav, when three men asked him for a cigarette. The boy refused and consequently was brutally beaten by men, later identified as gipsies. As a result of his injuries, one of his kidneys had to be removed and his liver was damaged. Three years before similar situation happened in the Vítkov village, however with reverse sites. Four young radicals threw Molotov cocktails into the house habited by Roma

What is your relation to national sports?

People from different parts of the world think different things about their national sports. I asked young people from different countries of Europe about their relations to the national sports and how they feel about it. Maria from Bulgaria – Our national and the most popular sport is certainly football. The national team does not participate in 2012  UEFA European Football Championship, but  people in Bulgaria love football and hope that the Bulgarian team will be a part of the

Student life in UK

Many young people from Europe dream about studying in the UK. Cultural diversity, freedom of expression, creativity and world class modules are some of the many reasons to pick a university in the UK.. But is the real life of an international student really this fun in the UK? Let’s find it out! We asked Markéta Zezulkova, originally from the Czech Republic who studies in the UK to answer a few questions related to the topic. To begin with, let

Project „Nenech sebou zametat!“

Project “Nenech sebou zametat!” was created by members of National children and youth parliament of Czech Republic in February 2011. The aim of this project is to refer to three important topics which are nowadays related to life of all children. Target group are young people between 12 and 20 years. Project is divided into two different programs. Each program contains Convention on the rights of the child. Other two topics are bullying and cyberbullying. These parts are compulsory-elective. It

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