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AJA Journalist Ali Ertugrul asks Korean public opinion

AJA Journalist Ali Ertugrul asks Korean public opinion

AJA Journalist Ali Ertugrul Oztarsu asks for the Korean public opinion to learn the “Brother Country of South Korea”

[Junoir AJA-Afghanistan Report] The crisis of population growth in the slums of Afghanistan

[Junoir AJA-Afghanistan Report] The crisis of population growth in the slums of Afghanistan

Urban slums describe parts of cities where living conditions are very poor. The number of slum dwellers in the developing world has risen from 767 million in the year 2000 to an estimated 828 million in 2010 according to  UN HABITAT in 2011. This has resulted in a lack of basic services like sanitation, safe […]

[Junior AJA- Belgium Report] 10 things you should know about Belgium!

[Junior AJA- Belgium Report] 10 things you should know about Belgium!

10 Things You Should Know About Belgium! 1) Belgium = Boring? Belgium is a small country in Europe, almost hidden between France, Germany and Luxembourg. Most people have heard of Belgium but without using the World Wide Web it turns out they in fact don’t know that much about this country. Sometimes Belgium can give […]

[Junoir AJA-Sweden Report] Sweden-North Korea friendship at a great cost

[Junoir AJA-Sweden Report] Sweden-North Korea friendship at a great cost

Sweden was the first Western country to create close trade relations with North Korea –but was utterly duped. To this day, North Korea owes Sweden about half a billion US dollars for transactions completed in the 70s and subsequent interest for non-paid purchases. Below is an article about what the friendly relations with North Korea […]

[Junior AJA- Mongolian Report] Mongolia to Organize Pride Week Event in September

[Junior AJA- Mongolian Report] Mongolia to Organize Pride Week Event in September

Below is a round-up of recent news in Mongolia. Mongolia to Organize Pride Week Event in September An LGBT Centre in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia is preparing to organize the first ever Pride week next September in Mongolia. The LGBT Centre in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia was founded as an NGO in 2009 focusing on human rights protection, support […]

[Junior AJA- Ethiopia Report] Ethiopia offers incentives to woo South Korean investors

[Junior AJA- Ethiopia Report] Ethiopia offers incentives to woo South Korean investors

Below is a round up of recent news in Ethiopia Ethiopia offers incentives to woo South Korean investors Ethiopia has invited South Korean companies to take advantage of its fast growing economy, large population, substantial market opportunities, air transport network and a conducive investment regime with a wide array of incentives for new investments. According […]

[Junior AJA- Ethiopia Report] Ethiopia Uses Sesame Seeds to Repay Loans on Chinese-built Infrastructure

[Junior AJA- Ethiopia Report] Ethiopia Uses Sesame Seeds to Repay Loans on Chinese-built Infrastructure

Below is a round-up of recent news in Ethiopia. Ethiopia Uses Sesame Seeds to Repay Loans on Chinese-built Infrastructure Economic development in Ethiopia relies heavily on the development of closer economic links between Ethiopia and China. This is because, for Ethiopia, Chinese ties have meant an increase in Chinese manufacturing imports, and access to finance […]

[Junior AJA- Sweden Report] Pride Festival in Sweden Once Again in Success

[Junior AJA- Sweden Report] Pride Festival in Sweden Once Again in Success

Below is a round-up of recent news in Sweden. Pride festival in Sweden once again a success Gay pride is the movement working against discrimination and violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and empowering LGBT rights movements across the world. The movement is most visible through Pride festivals which are arranged in […]

[Junior AJA] Challenging social norms is easier said than done in Pakistan

[Junior AJA] Challenging social norms is easier said than done in Pakistan

  Challenging Social Norms is easier said than done in Pakistan Society is a regulatory authority for individuals connected through diverse relationships either based on blood, love or friendship. Criticism by society is deterrence for individuals, which makes them move in a specific direction shunning certain unwelcome behaviors no matter if these societal precincts are […]

[Junior AJA- Belgium Report] 1.3 million visitors, no serious incidents during the Ghent Festivities

[Junior AJA- Belgium Report] 1.3 million visitors, no serious incidents during the Ghent Festivities

Below is a round-up of recent news in Belgium. 5000 holebi’s attending World Outgames in Antwerp According to De Standaard (30th of July 2013), the World Outgames will be held in Antwerp (a provincial capital in Belgium) from the 31st of July until the 11th of August. The World Outgames started with a three-day conference […]

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