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Revolutionary acts: an oD youth newsroom roundtable

“I am very scared of what is happening in Europe. We are always at the risk that our democracies will be lost”. Our openDemocracy youth reporters deliver their verdict on the second day of the World Forum for Democracy.

openDemocracy Youth Newsroom
9 November 2016
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Reporters: Yasser Machat, Dinara Auyelbekova, Karyshma Gill, Fernando Ramirez Gonzalez, Simone Cigna, Lasha Shakulashvili.

openDemocracy is at this year's World Forum for Democracy, exploring the relationship between education and democracy with a youth newsroom. More here.

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