Anri Abuladze
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  • Bagdati municipality, Village Dimi
  • Georgia
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I'm Anri, 15 years old, I am a student :) I gain from the Global Ethics Networks a lot of informations about topics, which are very important for us and also I think that I will study things which helps me to improve my skills.

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Students' informal education in Georgia

Posted on June 7, 2015 at 2:14pm 3 Comments

Hello, I’m from Georgia. Maybe you’ve heard about it but I want to tell you something about my country. It’s a developing, not rich where economy, education is very low but today there are a lot of people who can change the situation here, I mean determined young people and NGOs who really care Georgian students.

Generally, some people think that the students who live in regions aren’t as developed and educated as urban livers but this is completely wrong. In my country there are a…

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What would you like to see happen during this century to make the world a better place?

Posted on January 1, 2015 at 1:30am 3 Comments

                                                      

                                             We’d  like to change the world

Today it’s 21st century. Nowadays I don’t like the world, so I want to change things on the Earth. How can I do this? I can write down my opinions and tell you my suppose.J

For me love and respect are the most important things in the world, but unfortunately I see very different society. People are very evil, they always do what…

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At 1:57pm on January 6, 2015, Christina De Wet said…
Thanks for your most welcome invite. Real lasting objective friends that understand what the greater good really is, is always welcome and priceless jems.

May our internet engagement be positive and stand the test of time. It is just fine to disagree with a smile.
 
 
 

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