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The Impact of COVID-19 on the Environment

Different impacts on the environment were felt during the COVID-19 pandemic. The air was cleaner, and the water was clearer. The trash was also more present; single-use items spread more around the globe and were thrown away after minutes of use. Experts noticed that even though the positive effects were several, they are all most […]

Italia tund Eurovizionin

Fusha muzikore e betejës këtë vit ishte një mozaik i vërtetë. Nga finlandezët që gjithmonë luajnë fort, tek një këngëtare emocionale franceze, deri tek Islandezët e veçantë dhe shumë shokues. Por ishin katër të rinjtë nga Roma, që tronditën konkursin e këngës Eurovision 2021, duke deklaruar një fitore për Italinë për herë të tretë në […]

Italy rocking the Eurovision

The musical battlefield this year was a real mosaic. From always playing-it-hard Finns, through an emotional French singer, to peculiar and very funky Icelanders. But it was four young people from Rome, who rocked the Eurovision 2021 song contest, claiming a victory for Italy for the third time in the history. How does it feel […]

History of Ice, Stick, and a Puck – Ice Hockey World Championships 2021

Players skating with such a speed next to each other, fighting for victory. Who on earth came up with the idea to put on skates, meander through the ice and make tiny puck to reach a goal? Canada is one of the leading countries when it comes to ice hockey, so it will not surprise […]

PRIDE Month Is Here, But How Was It Born?

Not so long time ago – 1969, when homosexuality was illegal and highly criminalized – the history of PRIDE began in New York. June 28th, 1969, police arrived in Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York. Two hundred people inside resisted arrest as the police started homophobic violence, and it started series of spontaneous, […]

Your precious leftovers

“Cutting food waste is a delicious way of saving money, helping to feed the world and protect the planet” – Tristram Stuart Food waste is a far-reaching issue with tremendous social, economic, and environmental impacts all around the world. Starvation kills nine million people each year, that is to say, more than AIDS, tuberculosis, and […]

How do we feed the world – without destroying our planet?

Globally, we consume around 350 million tons of meat every year. However, there is a limit to our current diet in western countries. With unchanged eating habits, the world population could be too big to feed itself by 2050, when we reach a global population of almost 10 billion people. WATER USE Today you have […]

ЕУРО 2020: Чекајќи го судискиот свиреж

Европското фудбалско првенство е секогаш долгоочекувано натпреварување, особено овојпат во Македонија. Националниот тим се пласираше за првпат во својата историја на ваков голем настан. Но, како луѓето во Македонија се подготвуваат за овој настан – истражуваме во јунското издание на „Воисес“. Спортската Европа ги брои последните денови пред почетокот на Европското првенство во фудбал. За […]

EURO 2020: Waiting for the whistle

UEFA Euro is always a long-awaited competition, particularly this year in Macedonia. The national team qualified for the first time in its history for this championship. But how did people in Macedonia prepare for this event? This is what we tried to find out. Sports Europe is counting the last days before starting the European […]

VOICES June 2021

We can all agree that time had a different way of behaving during past year, for some it might feel like years; others tell how fast it went through their eyes. What was something that us, humans, social beings found most difficult, is distance from each other. Spring brought up what we were looking for; […]

Language Research based on School Education and Innate Language Abilities

How come that so many people are not able to speak a foreign language after graduating from school? This is the most usual question so far, but no one has given a proper answer yet. Is it so hard to pick up basic linguistic knowledge? Maybe the educational program and school methods are to blame. […]