The first articles written by young bloggers about Slovenia

Published: 4.7.2013

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The first articles written by young bloggers about Slovenia

Six young bloggers who visited Slovenia, or more precisely Ljubljana, Radovljica, Bled, Bohinj, Solčavsko and Maribor - the European Youth Capital 2013, between 18th and 23rd June have already published their first posts.

The first articles written by young bloggers about Slovenia

Six young bloggers who visited Slovenia, or more precisely Ljubljana, Radovljica, Bled, Bohinj, Solčavsko and Maribor - the European Youth Capital 2013, between 18th and 23rd June have already published their first posts.

The participants were selected within the framework of the I FEEL SLOVENIA - YOUTH MEDIA LITERACY PROGRAMME project organised by SPIRIT Slovenia, sector for tourism and MOBIN, the Institute for the Mobility and Information of the Youth and local tourist organisations.

The main goal of the project was the publication of articles on Slovenia and Maribor as a European Youth Capital on the internet and on influencing social network channels during their travel and after they returned home to their own environment. At the same time the project wanted to enable the youth to upgrade their knowledge in the field of on-site photo shooting and to give them basic knowledge about writing internet articles, to improve their media literacy with their active cooperation and to enable them to learn about the natural and cultural characteristics of Slovenia and about intercultural learning.

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