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Tales and Tools of Revolution: From Serbia to Egypt

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 07:55 By Namees Arnous, Arzu Geybullayeva and Ivan Marovic, National Radio Project | Report

A new generation is telling their stories of overthrowing corrupt regimes.  And in the digital age, their lessons can spread more quickly than ever before.  But how does one organize a nation into revolt?  The answers may not be universal, but there’s lots of wisdom to be passed on. On this edition, revolutions past, present and future.  We’ll hear from Egyptian, Serbian, and Azerbaijani activists, about their work to topple undemocratic rulers.

Featuring:

Namees Arnous, Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic, co-founder of OTPOR; Arzu Geybullayeva, Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Namees Arnous

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Ivan Marovic

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Arzu Geybullayeva

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.


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Tales and Tools of Revolution: From Serbia to Egypt

Wednesday, 28 September 2011 07:55 By Namees Arnous, Arzu Geybullayeva and Ivan Marovic, National Radio Project | Report

A new generation is telling their stories of overthrowing corrupt regimes.  And in the digital age, their lessons can spread more quickly than ever before.  But how does one organize a nation into revolt?  The answers may not be universal, but there’s lots of wisdom to be passed on. On this edition, revolutions past, present and future.  We’ll hear from Egyptian, Serbian, and Azerbaijani activists, about their work to topple undemocratic rulers.

Featuring:

Namees Arnous, Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic, co-founder of OTPOR; Arzu Geybullayeva, Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Namees Arnous

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Ivan Marovic

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.

Arzu Geybullayeva

Namees Arnous is an Egyptian journalist; Ivan Marovic is the co-founder of OTPOR, the civic youth movement in Serbia; Arzu Geybullayeva is an Azerbaijani blogger & organizer.


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