We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent reports in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news summary, we speak about a publisher that survived a stand-off with German and Swedish universities, call for tertiary education changes in Australia and the record number of Scottish students that are being awarded university places.
Three friends – an architect, a photographer, and a programmer - reunited after several years abroad to launch a story that responds to the current situation in the Rock ’n’ Roll scene. Driven by strength, emotion, and desire, FREEDOM brings head-banging riffs and a strong groove – not to mention insane energy and sweat – to its live shows. The band is based in Montenegro, represents a spark for the rock ‘n’ roll scene in the Balkans, a contrast to overly computer-generated music machinery and the increased clinging onto mainstream trends and the lack of the new, heavy sounds that would provoke raw energy and excitement. Rade “Duda” Vukčević – the band’s frontman – made some time for a beer and an interview .
She was bold, determined, and touched. And these facts have changed more than a thousand lives of female farmers all over West Africa, South America, and parts of Asia. The success of Lisa Curtis, founder of Kuli Kuli, America’s leading moringa company, started with the tale of a single African mom who had five kids and was left with no home and no income. She was the first person to be affected by Lisa's dream of using the nutritious leaves of the moringa tree to improve the lives of women on the African continent. At the age of 23, with zero knowledge of the food industry, but led by a wish to make a change, Lisa managed to form a team of food, technology, and design experts and develop her startup. Today, seven years later, her company counts more than 1.5 million dollars of income given to family farms on three different continents. Read more about the moving story of blue flip-flops, Pierrette and Ayele, courage, vision, and having the guts to carve out the path that allowed an eager volunteer to become a widely recognized businesswoman with a place on the Forbes 30 Under 30 List of Social Entrepreneurs 2018.
Is simulacrum spreading wider and surrounding us more and more? Are we getting closer to hyperreality, than to real things? YT contributor Valeriia Tsytsyk wrote a blog post on this topic. Would you like to discuss it further? Write your comments below.
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We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent reports in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news summary, we speak about the new bill for minorities drafted by Irish academics, alleged violation of fee structure in India and student unions in Zambia that want competent lecturers to be employed by all unversities.