Fact n​ot Fiction- The December Student Protests

Over the last 10 days, Albanian students have taken to the streets to demand improvements in education, their rights, and the conditions that they are forced to accept. If you live in Tirana, the chances are that you have seen them marching, heard them chanting, or seen pictures of them on your social media news […]

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Albanian NGOs call for 5% of GDP to be spent on Children and Young People

On December 12th2018, 24 NGOs in Albania released a statement to express their support for the ongoing student protests in the country. Supporting the student’s requests, the Civil Society organisations demanded that 5% of the GDP of the country be spent on Education. At the moment, Albania only spends 3.3%of the GDP on education, a […]

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Christmas market raises EUR 465 for local charities

On Saturday 8th December, an Artisan Christmas Market was held at ‘Urban Roots’ in Tirana. Organised by myself in conjunction with ‘Urban Roots’, the idea behind the event was to give a platform to local artisans to sell their products, but also to raise money for two local charities. A total of EUR 465 was […]

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