15 September 2005
Light Our Fire
Czech primary schools face – rather tentatively – possibly their greatest revolution since Empress Maria Theresa. From Tyden. [Also in Russian]
By Hana Capova
7 September 2005
Banana Revolutions and Banana Skins
For Belarus’ opposition youth movements, the countdown to revolution begins now, a year before presidential elections.
By Andres Schipani-Aduriz and Alyaksandr Kudrytski
5 September 2005
Lessons for a Molokan
How can one educate Armenia’s equivalent of the Amish? From UNICEF Armenia.
By Onnik Krikorian
1 September 2005
Forked Tongues
Judging by opponents' rhetoric in the presidential elections, Yushchenko was set to launch a linguistic revolution in Ukraine. So far, he hasn’t.
By Ivan Lozowy
8 August 2005
A Help or a Hindrance?
Two studies from the masterminds of policy-making on the Roma suggest that those policies are in need of a major re-think. [Also in Russian]
By Ilona Klimova-Alexander
2 July 2005
Education in Transition
Throughout the post-communist world region, disputes about education are bringing people onto the streets - evidence of the crucial importance of education to ordinary citizens.
By Nicole Ritter
27 June 2005
School’s Out, But Violence Is In
Schools in Serbia & Montenegro saw an alarming escalation of brutality this year, and experts say that something needs to be done.
By Davor Konjikusic
23 June 2005
Unburdening Rather Than Reforming
A unique cross-border collection of essays looks at 10 years of education reform in Central Asia and concludes that not all is lost.
By Botagoz Kassymbekova
Bosnian women. Source: American Refugee Committee
9 June 2005
The Quest for Sustainability
Ten years after the war, Bosnia is bleak for women – and women’s organizations.
By Mindy Kay Bricker
30 May 2005
The Scientists Revolt?
Scientists come out onto the streets in protest against far-reaching reforms.
By Sergei Borisov

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