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    Arctic Horizons

    Bringing together Arctic social
    and natural sciences and Arctic indigenous
    communities to reassess shared goals

    arctichorizons.org
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    Aiunt.org

    What do they say?
    Visualize data from articles and comments on your favorite news site!
    TRY IT NOW!

    aiunt.org
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    Mobile app

    Join us on this heritage journey throughout USA and around the world following the paths of one of the leading statesmen of his days and the most famous American political philosopher.

    tjmirage.org
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    Patchwork nation

    Tracking United States communities in a time of change.  A collaboration with the PBS NewsHour and local public media stations

    patchworknation.org
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    Patchwork Barents

    Focused reporting from field-based teams, tapping the best of local knowledge and the innovative application of information technology

    patchworkbarents.org
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    Patchwork Balkan

    Data journalism reporting from the Balkan region and innovative data visualization tool for local editors and journalists.

    http://www.patchworkbalkan.org
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    Education Hot Spot

    Learning was a lifetime passion for
    Mr. Jefferson. Our Education HotSpot blends online learning and civic empowerment through open knowledge

    www.jihotspot.org
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Recent blogs

  • Sanja Stamenkovic Fri, Dec 25, 2015

    It's that time of the year again. People around the world are celebrating all kinds of holidays - Christmas, New Years' Eve, Hanukah etc. The people of the Balkans are especially joyful in the winter times. Many nations of the Balkans have their own traditions and customs. Three main religions in the Balkans are Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Islam. Christmas is one of the biggest Christian holiday. There is a common misconception that orthodox and catholic believers celebrate this day on a different date.

  • ArishaUl Fri, Jan 22, 2016

    In the summer of 2015, Murmansk Oblast registered large outbreaks of a deadly epidemic among river salmon in the region. At the end of the year, regional fishermen faced another concern: new cases of fish disease had reportedly been found in one of the rivers of the Kola Peninsula. 

    This time a would-be illness has spread among vendace. Photos of fish with strange spots on their skin were published in the social media in late November.