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Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Fake news is a term that marked the year 2016. Consequences of fake news are often incomprehensible in full.
The methods of fighting fake news are diverse, and some of them involve checking sources of information, informing from a variety of sources or tracking specialized media dealing exclusively with the dissemination of false news. Fake news were of interest to our correspondent in Kosovo, Vjosa Cerkini, who brings a story about this phenomenon in Kosovo.

We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

“Perspective visits cities all over ex Yugoslavia, talks with young people about social issues in their environment. We don’t impose them our views; instead we let them to find their own conclusions through dialog. All the time everyone is talking about youth, but Perspective is the only one, or one of the few, that really lets them to express their own feelings and views.”

Marčelo

“Great crew is working on the Perspective project. I think they chose well when it comes to topics and questions, topics that are either muted, or false answers are offered. Perspective is showing the true state of mind of young people in the region. The young are frightened. They are enraged because they want to be different, but their environment is condemns different.”

Edo Maajka

“Every time I come back from working on Perspective I am full of impressions because I’m surprised about how the youth is thinking, even shocked sometimes. But, even in situations when I recognize narrow-minded views in those young people I don’t want to blame them. Their parents, grandparents are speaking through their mouth, people who are influencing their minds way too much.”

Remi (Elemental)

“Perspective is about confronting kids from different backgrounds. Young people are much more intelligent and uncorrupted then us. They demonstrate great courage in front of our cameras talking about their opinions and about what their parents are saying to them. The bravery of young – we should look for it and mine it in this country.”

Brano Jakubović (Dubioza Kolektiv)

“Perspective visits cities all over ex Yugoslavia, talks with young people about social issues in their environment. We don’t impose them our views; instead we let them to find their own conclusions through dialog. All the time everyone is talking about youth, but Perspective is the only one, or one of the few, that really lets them to express their own feelings and views.”

Marčelo

“Great crew is working on the Perspective project. I think they chose well when it comes to topics and questions, topics that are either muted, or false answers are offered. Perspective is showing the true state of mind of young people in the region. The young are frightened. They are enraged because they want to be different, but their environment is condemns different.”

Edo Maajka

“Every time I come back from working on Perspective I am full of impressions because I’m surprised about how the youth is thinking, even shocked sometimes. But, even in situations when I recognize narrow-minded views in those young people I don’t want to blame them. Their parents, grandparents are speaking through their mouth, people who are influencing their minds way too much.”

Remi (Elemental)

“Perspective is about confronting kids from different backgrounds. Young people are much more intelligent and uncorrupted then us. They demonstrate great courage in front of our cameras talking about their opinions and about what their parents are saying to them. The bravery of young – we should look for it and mine it in this country.”

Brano Jakubović (Dubioza Kolektiv)

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Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Fake news is a term that marked the year 2016. Consequences of fake news are often incomprehensible in full.
The methods of fighting fake news are diverse, and some of them involve checking sources of information, informing from a variety of sources or tracking specialized media dealing exclusively with the dissemination of false news. Fake news were of interest to our correspondent in Kosovo, Vjosa Cerkini, who brings a story about this phenomenon in Kosovo.

We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Fake news is a term that marked the year 2016. Consequences of fake news are often incomprehensible in full.
The methods of fighting fake news are diverse, and some of them involve checking sources of information, informing from a variety of sources or tracking specialized media dealing exclusively with the dissemination of false news. Fake news were of interest to our correspondent in Kosovo, Vjosa Cerkini, who brings a story about this phenomenon in Kosovo.

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We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

Does state support young talents?

Issue of state supporting young talented people is being resolved in this video. Our interlocoutor is Tatjana Toković, student at the fourth year at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. In addition to her education, Tatjana is success in other fields as well. As one of her successes, she emphasizes that she was the Chair of the board of more than 20 United Nations models across Europe.

The way media reports on young people

Media reports on youth in Serbia are sporadic. Topics dealing with young people are often avoided in the media because they don’t produce profit. These are only few of the statements that three young journalists shared with our correspondent from Belgrade in their conversation about young people and media. 

Sticks against justice

At the video forum of our portal, Aleksandar Gluvić from Banja Luka initiated the issue of police violence in that city. Aleksandar is one of the members of the group “Justice for David” (Pravda za Davida) that were detained on December 30th.

To recall, in the morning of December 25th, 2018, Davor Dragičević, the father of murdered David, was detended after refusing to receive a call from the police for “endangering security”. Few days before the arrestments The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Srpska announced that criminal charges against Davor Dragičević and another 19 people were brought because they were gathering in front of the RS National Assembly on December 17th, during the special session at which the new RS government was elected.

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Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Fake news is a term that marked the year 2016. Consequences of fake news are often incomprehensible in full.
The methods of fighting fake news are diverse, and some of them involve checking sources of information, informing from a variety of sources or tracking specialized media dealing exclusively with the dissemination of false news. Fake news were of interest to our correspondent in Kosovo, Vjosa Cerkini, who brings a story about this phenomenon in Kosovo.

We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

Does state support young talents?

Issue of state supporting young talented people is being resolved in this video. Our interlocoutor is Tatjana Toković, student at the fourth year at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. In addition to her education, Tatjana is success in other fields as well. As one of her successes, she emphasizes that she was the Chair of the board of more than 20 United Nations models across Europe.

The way media reports on young people

Media reports on youth in Serbia are sporadic. Topics dealing with young people are often avoided in the media because they don’t produce profit. These are only few of the statements that three young journalists shared with our correspondent from Belgrade in their conversation about young people and media. 

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Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Kosovo is not an industry of Fake News

Fake news is a term that marked the year 2016. Consequences of fake news are often incomprehensible in full.
The methods of fighting fake news are diverse, and some of them involve checking sources of information, informing from a variety of sources or tracking specialized media dealing exclusively with the dissemination of false news. Fake news were of interest to our correspondent in Kosovo, Vjosa Cerkini, who brings a story about this phenomenon in Kosovo.

We cannot ignore the war.

We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

We cannot ignore the war.

Although we live in a relatively peaceful society, the situation is not optimal so that we can completely ignore the war and the past, Vedad Fazlić, student at Faculty of political sciences in Sarajevo believes. This video is a part of the series in which we talk about youth and war, which, after Belgrade, continues in Sarajevo. You can watch all other stories of the series at our portal.

How could I hate, when I don’t remember the war?

Our series on youth and war continues. After students from Belgrade, we talked with students in Sarajevo. We asked Nejir Saračević, a student of Security and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo whether young people learned lessons from the wars of the nineties. You can watch other stories on our portal.

Social networks as a status display

Our series in which we talk about youth and the war continues in Sarajevo. In the next few days we are going to publish stories with students from Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo. First of them is Ante Kelavić who is currently student at Master studies in Sociology. Just like students from Belgrade, we asked him if he thinks that young people have learned lessons from the 90’s war. You can find their answers on our portal.

Does state support young talents?

Issue of state supporting young talented people is being resolved in this video. Our interlocoutor is Tatjana Toković, student at the fourth year at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. In addition to her education, Tatjana is success in other fields as well. As one of her successes, she emphasizes that she was the Chair of the board of more than 20 United Nations models across Europe.

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