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Design, Media and Freedom of Press – A view from Skopje

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Journalism is always connected to good, clear and powerful images, design and creativity who help to send the story message across the platforms.The point where all intersect is new world of digital media… Continue reading

Graduation Program

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The program from the Humphrey Graduation this past Wednesday is live on the Project Thrive site, but I wanted to share it with all of you as well! Here is a link to… Continue reading

The semester in review through photos found on Annie’s iPhone

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Wednesday marked the end of our journey. For the Fellows, this is the end of a 10-month long stay, and for the attachés, it marks the end of a wonderful semester with wonderful people.… Continue reading

Amy’s Leadership Style

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Servant leadership has been the theme of this semester. Peter G. Northouse defines servant leadership in his book Leadership: Theory and Practice.  Hopefully, this quote can help everyone be the leaders they want… Continue reading

Will France’s Mr Normale balance on austerity?

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Aleksandra Dukovska Francois Hollande won Presidential election in France with 51,63% to Nikola Sarkozy who won 48,37% of French voters on run off that took place on May 6.  At the center of… Continue reading

Keep up with the Fellows (aside from this blog)

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Dying to know more about the Cronkite Humphrey Fellows? Can’t stand to be without more information and constant updates as to what they’ve been up to? Luckily for you, the Fellows are on… Continue reading

Annie’s Foolproof Guide to Being a Good Leader

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Leadership tips from a 20-year-old college kid -Think different- “Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.… Continue reading

How will you become a young leader?

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As we approach the end of our leadership seminar and get ready to share with the class what our personal leadership styles are, it’s important to reflect on what makes us, as young… Continue reading

A Painter and a soldier

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Aleksandra Dukovska, Skopje Every war has his its own painting. Art can be precise in freezing of human sufferings, struggles, death and bereaved feelings after death. It is unknown which is the painting… Continue reading

Leadership Lessons from Yoga

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Last Monday, our class became a yoga studio for about an hour. We learned the importance of breathing, basic stretching anda few sun salutation poses. After the final breathing exercise, I’m sure everyone… Continue reading

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