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orange magazine nov. 2019

YouthMundus Festival 2019, Rome

Editorial: Orange at EU Youth Event in Ljubljana

During the year of intercultural dialogue and the Slovenian Presidency of the EU the event “Promoting the participation of young people with fewer opportunities in the society” is taking...

Teaser: DW Global Media Forum 2019 – Shifting Powers

The annual Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum takes place in Bonn. This year’s topic is “Shifting Powers”. The Orange Magazine team covers the lively debates, interactive workshops and...

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DW Global Media Forum 2019 – Shifting Powers

The annual Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum takes place in Bonn. This year’s topic is “Shifting Powers”. The Orange Magazine team covers the lively debates, interactive workshops and interviews with key experts at the event. Get…

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INTERVIEW WITH YOUTH TIME AMBASSADORS

      We wanted to hear from the Ambassadors of Youth Time. Tafaol Alageb (Sudan) and Hayet Bourki (Algeria) are two of this year’s Ambassadors. They are both students and are really engaged in social impact driven…

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Meduza. The story of success.

By Marina Savchenko How to start the media project and to develop it? Galina Timchenko, an executive director of the online magazine “Meduza”, shared her experience with M100YEJ participants and explained the backstage of Meduza, one…

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M100 SANSSOUCI COLLOQUIUM

Photo by Aleksandra Klein The M100 Sanssouci Colloquium was initiated in 2005 by a group of leading media and public figures when Potsdam was running for European Capital of Culture 2010. Since then the conference annually takes place…

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How to Start a Media Project?

By Marina Savchenko How to Start a Media Project? What are global media trends? How to establish the global platform enabling media outlets and companies to find, hire and manage media professionals around the world? Justin…

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Digitalization affects politics, fails to bring democracy

by Anna Romandash The use of digital technology is testing the authorities and transforms the international relations, opening new opportunities for the diplomats as well as creating challenges for the traditional mediums. With e- and Twit-diplomacy,…

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NANAWAX: bringing spirit of Africa in modern fashion

By Dmitri Romanovski (Moldova)  ‘Where there is love and inspiration, you can’t go wrong’, this quote, which belongs to the ‘Queen of Jazz’ Ella Fitzgerald perfectly reflects the life credo of Maureen Ayite, a young designer…

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African Diaspora Youth Forum in Europe 2015

Association of African Students in Austria (VAS Österreich) is organizing two-days large scale event in the UN Vienna on 9-10 July, which will gather around 200 youth representatives, decision makers, entrepreneurs and activists around the biggest…

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Minority Voices Diary: Day 3

by Luisa Ferreira (Brazil) The third day of the Minority Voices study session gave the participants some first-hand experience with minorities in Budapest. However before that there were some last theoretical sessions and reflections on media…

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Apprenticeships, better way to get a job?

By Lorena Martínez Jiménez, Journalist, Spain “When I was 16, I wanted to drop out of school and start an apprenticeship. The first problem was my parents because they said you have to go to university…

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United in Diversity Through a Simple Game

In view of the upcoming European elections, it appears to be just the right time to ask ourselves how much European we really feel. We often hear that EU citizens continue to think along national lines…

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HOW TO CHANNEL ENERGY THROUGH YOUTH ORGANISATIONS

by Milena Stosic, Serbia Interview: Peter Matjašič, President of the European Youth Forum board I encourage every young person who is pissed off with something in their lives and environments to channel that energy into getting…

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Partnership between NATO and Russia – trap or solution?

NATO committee simulation By Merle Must The HamMUN NATO committee role-play delved into the topic of building partnerships for global crisis management. They primarily focused on the international relations with the Russian Federation. According to the…

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Call for team members for EYP’s Orange magazine

Deadline: 31 July 2013 We have three open positions at the Orange magazine team. We are currently searching for a Project Manager, Content Editor and a Graphic Designer for our neworangemagazine.eu website. The Orange Magazine team works…

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Orange at EU Youth Event in Ljubljana

During the year of intercultural dialogue and the Slovenian Presidency of the EU the event “Promoting the participation of young people with fewer opportunities in the society” is taking place 18th -21st of April. Orange has…

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Croatia in the EU, Day 2

Croatia is joining the EU on 1 July 2013. More about day 2 at the conference “Croatia in the EU – Strengthening Ties in Youth Cooperation” taking place in Zagreb, 24 till 26 June with more than 200 participants from all over Europe.

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Not Entirely a Nigerian Headache

The infamous video of a turbaned Nigerian spotting a camouflage and brandishing a Kalashnikov has become a global eyesore. Even foreign peace advocates want an end to the stereotype — either stemming from altruistic interest or…

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Where are the economic values?

The raid-like closure of the Greek state broadcaster ERT caused a wave of outrage in Athens and surrounding Europe: getting rid of mass media this way should be, democratically speaking, an absolute no-go and is actually…

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Editorial: European Young Journalists Award

Enlargement, presidency, mobility – hot topics were in the air in sultry Ljubljana. Almost thirty national winners of the European Young Jour­nalists Award, mentors, jurors and our team of ten from European Youth Press (EYP) that…

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Don´t pretend racism doesn´t exist

We are living in an intercultural society where migration and immigration is a part of everyone’s life. You may think that racism is abolished and nowhere to be find. I also wish that was true, but…

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Second EU-Africa Summit

A team of eight Orange journalists reported from the second Africa-EU Summit, which took place from 8 to 9 December 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Second Africa-Europe Youth Summit

Orange magazine reported from the second Africa-Europe Youth Summit, which took place in the Libyan capital of Tripoli from 25 to 29 November 2010. Preceding the 3rd Africa-EU Summit, the Youth Summit brought together more than 100 youth…

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No status-quo for human rights

In the opening ceremony of the 61st Annual DPI/NGO Conference celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights, Rama Yade, Secretary General of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, described the work of human…

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Orange at the European Citizen’s Forum

Orange will attend the European Citizens’ Forum in Wroclaw in Poland. The title is promising a lot: “Towards a Europe of Solidarity – Youth, Intergenerational Solidarity and Tomorrow’s Europe”. This is claiming everything and concretizes nothing. …

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Second Africa-Europe Youth Summit in Tripoli (Libya)

Orange magazine reported from the second Africa-Europe Youth Summit, which took place in the Libyan capital of Tripoli from 25 to 29 November 2010. Preceding the 3rd Africa-EU Summit, the Youth Summit brought together more than 100 youth…

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Second Africa-Europe Youth Summit in Tripoli (Libya)

Orange magazine reported from the second Africa-Europe Youth Summit, which took place in the Libyan capital of Tripoli from 25 to 29 November 2010. Preceding the 3rd Africa-EU Summit, the Youth Summit brought together more than 100 youth…

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Assises Internationales du Journalisme & de l’Information

A team of sixteen Orange journalists reported from the Assises Internationales du Journalisme & de l’Information in Strasbourg from 16 to 18 November 2010. Organised by the association “Journalisme & Citoyenneté”, the Assises gathered media professionals…

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M100 Youth Media Workshop 2011

In recent years, tremendous efforts have been made (by politicians, foundations and educational institutions) to reach poorly educated and politically distant social groups. Unfortunately, the success remained mostly moderate. Instead many young people seem to turn…

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“Hope over despair”

Orange reports on the fight against HIV/AIDS and international drug policies. Our aim: End stigma and bring marginalised sectors out of the shadows. Long-time AIDS activist Annie Lennox quoted Nelson Mandela’s words on Madiba’s 92nd birthday:…

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The media is not a promoter of human rights

When urinating and defecating on the streets became a criminal offence in California, Tim decided to create his own enclosed toilet. He set out a tent on the street behind a Wal-Mart, cut out a hole…

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Common sense and far beyond the limit

It is clear that a democratic society needs space for public debate, therefore people need to have the opportunity to express and publish their opinions and ideas without any boundaries or fear of repression. We often…

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An issue that has become a problem

In the hot and sticky heat of a Maltese evening, I sip a traditional drink made with oranges and spices in an outside bar along the coast of Sliema. My local host is a researcher who…

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The most important factor

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Russel Baker had a very un- orthodox view of his own craft: “An educated person is one who has learned that information almost always turns out to be at best incomplete and…

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Is There is a Chance?

In the film Access to Evil, BBC documentarist Ewa Ewart shows the horrifying truth about human rights abuse in North Korea. Ewart was able to find witnesses whose testimonies confirm that biological and chemical weapons are being…

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human rights in film!

We are pleased to present you a newspaper that is in its entirety a response to the fourth annual Human Rights in Film documentary festival organi- zed by the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Warsaw….

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The all new Orange

It took us long enough, but finally: The new Orange Magazine website is online. The new team worked hard and long towards the goal of presenting you a new, usable, modern and fast browsing experience that…

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“Illegal is profitable”

In 1961, the United Nations adopted the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, an international treaty that prohibits the production and supply of narcotic drugs such as heroin, cocaine and cannabis. This year the Convention turned 50…

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Fight for the Games

The city has adopted an initiative to position itself as a leading city on an international level, in order to obtain international recognition and prestige. Thus, city’s mayor created the Madrid International Strategy and Action Office,…

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