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7: Wake up! React!

Two girls – Karolina and Klaudia – are the authors of this story. Coming from a small town in Poland, girls witness a lot of intolerance and indifference in their community. 34 more words


6: Through the computer screen

‘I was born in a small town in Lithuania. During my childhood I knew that only 5 telephones existed in my town. In need to reach any neighbour it was much easier visiting than calling,’ recalls Regina Dovidaviciute.  41 more words


5: e-Participation day in Ventspils Library

Arnita Vaitkus has organized a community event in Ventspils public library (Latvia) to inform her community about the possibilities of civic participation online. She has presented both national tools as well as EU tools that enable citizens to take part in decision making. 20 more words


4: Taranto is waiting for replies

“The problems related to the pollution concern all people in Taranto. The future of our city is actually our future as well,” say nine Italian students and three teachers of I.I.S.S. 70 more words


3: Senior citizens went online for their rights

This story is a perfect example of lifelong learning. The house at Hansa-Ufer 5 (Germany) has been a municipal retirement home since 1975. It was built for pensioners with a certificate of eligibility for public housing. 86 more words


2: Improving city traffic through Facebook

Aet Kiisla from Estonia wanted to help to make the traffic management in the city of Narva more intuitive and logical. She has created a Facebook group “Traffic in Narva logical!” (“Liiklus Narvas loogiliseks!”) that today counts over 800 members. 74 more words


Event: Anis Couture Presents #iRepAnkara Photo Contest

Anis Couture Presents #iRepAnkara Photo Contest
Enter To Win
1. A beautiful dress
2. Ankara accessories
3. Professional photo shoot
Everything is worth over N40,000… 80 more words