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Citizen journalists have become active these past two-three days, with articles from the protests, as well as with “catching” hate speech on the social media, where they have witnessed and documented explicit hate speech. Citizen journalist Marin Gavrilovski, sent a photo from yesterday’s protests and testimony to hate speech...

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My name is Maryam and I’m from Afghanistan. Life for many women in Afghanistan is difficult because of cultural and social norms, which is why I left. At the age of 15, my parents married me off to a man who was 37. I didn’t love him, but my...

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CIVIL is organizing a promotion of its three editions, at City Hall Center (next to the Youth Cultural Center) on Wednesday, starting at 20:30h. With over 350 columns from 30 authors, on 1,000 pages in three books, the organization will present itself with another publishing effort in which an...

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Perspectives 2.0 is starting, a series of multimedia events of CIVIL with panel discussions, statements, interviews and presentations dedicated to the social and political trends in Macedonia. In “Perspectives 2.0” we will talk about the accomplishments, the failures and the challenges that lie ahead of our country until the...

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As a human rights organization, CIVIL is always in contact with the citizens, on the ground, and has been highly visible, effective and successful in the promotion of the Civic Charter.

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The team of CIVIL Media asked citizens from Stip what kind of Macedonia they want. Aside from one citizen to whom it doesn’t really matter what kind of Macedonia just as long as there are good pensions, most of the citizens want a peaceful and prosperous Macedonia. But also...

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ACTION-INTEGRATION Stip is ready for Europe

CIVIL organized a workshop in Stip titled “What kind of a Macedonia do I want?”, as part of the project “Action- Integration”, at which the Mayor of the Municipality of Stip, Blagoj Bocvarski attended as well as representatives of civil society, political parties and the media.

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