Young Voices Advocate Nikola Petrovski was published by PRAVDIKO writing about about protests in Ukraine.
PRAVDIKO (in Macedonian the word “PRAVDA” means “JUSTICE”) promotes the rights and obligations of the citizens in different areas, as well as presenting the possibilities of action in the Republic of Macedonia. Their motto is: “You have a right to know!” It’s a new website but became so popular for very short time. Their Facebook page has about 20,000 “likes” right now.
You can find the entire opinion piece (in Macedonian) here.
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Young Voices Advocate Alex Korbel has been published on 24hGold.com writing about the current crisis in the Central African Republic. Alex writes about the planned French military intervention:
A rapid military victory in the Central African Republic is possible, but it will not lead to a stable future and will not create the foundations of the rule of law and a liberal democracy. A corrupt and kleptocratic democracy or an autocratic unstable military regime are most likely to emerge from this conflict.
The entire article can be found here (in French only).
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Young Voices Advocate Rasmus Brygger argues in favor of organ trade in Denmark in the interview ‘Danes should be able to sell their bodies’ conducted by the Danish news outlet Politiken.dk.
Today, it is optional to sign up as an organ donor, but the figures show that there is a great shortage of donors. The reality is that good intentions are simply not enough. Sick Danes crying out for healthy organs. The time has come to challenge one of our greatest moral laws in their eyes: Why is it illegal to get money for ones organs?
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