Doors to Diplomacy Participants

SOU"Jane Sandanski" (2012 Doors to Diplomacy Project ID 7175)
Macedonia, Strumica
Official Status: Final Project: Ready for Judging
Category: 2. Promotion of Peace and Democracy: Social Issues

We estimate 4 student(s) from 17 to 18 will work on this entry.

Description of Our Team: 1.Martin Timov (Web design, web content development) 2.Mirjana Toseva (translation,research) 3.Verica Vulanovic (Writing, processing, reviewing) 4.Gorgi Georgiev (Comparing, understanding the elaborated aspects of the topic)

Project Description: The Balkan is a specific region in terms of historical problems. It is a sociological milestone, interwoven network of conflicting views, complex and controversial stories of the various spheres of national dilemmas and active centers of political and strategic interests. Over the years, the Balkan passes through various stages not only on the political and sociological level, but also on a variety of topics covering the most critical details, which are cultural and social characteristics of the people. The man is everywhere the same - experiencing falls and lifts which reflect its comprehensive phenomenon. He is the reason for any kind of intellectual development – from the political, through polite, until sociological expression. As mutated man the man from the Balkan on every level of his reach, will develop further in our presentation. International diplomacy is present in all parts of the world, and this leads to the fact that it is ubiquitous in all different segments of human interest. Socio-cultural factors and social mutation of people from the Balkans affect world diplomacy with the principle of induction and the departure of one specific thing, the general act, to improve the human role and responsibilities in this world. So in our example, the particular thing is the Balkan man with all his ups and downs, which in general reflect the appearance of the man globally. All this leads to improve the general utility of diplomacy regardless of the origin of the people.

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