At the moment, my dissertation on Youth Unemployment in Macedonia will remain unavailable.
sábado, 31 de diciembre de 2016
At the moment, my dissertation on Youth Unemployment in Macedonia will remain unavailable.
P.S. Напишано пред неколку месеци, само што заборавив да го објавам. Тогаш бев зачудена од тоа што го прочитав, затоа што на училиште друго не учеа. Затоа сега не верувам никому, ниту самата на себеси. Тешко дека сум некогаш во право, ама постојано учам.
martes, 20 de diciembre de 2016
|Тајната на секој успех е во јакото кафе. Ако не сликав брзо, ќе ми претечеше :)|
Тешки 2 и пол години во Лондон, самотија и сиромаштија. Во овие 2 години двете баби ми починаа во Прилеп, сега и без баба си останав. Тудот им го посветувам на двете мои баби: Дунавка и Блага. Исто така и на сите кои што помогнаа со прашалниците т.е. цела Македонија. Можи не бевме најдобри, ама им покажав каде сме на карта.
|Ова беше подарок за професорот. И тој нека се радува на Македонија.|
lunes, 19 de diciembre de 2016
The poverty is monopolised by the western media. If you live in Europe, you can never be poor enough to qualify to get a bit of a sympathy from abroad. The irony to be even bigger, there is a inclination to use the poor countries (or unsuccessful) economies as an example. Example of what?
No introduction confused my markers. 😃Fair enough! I was to bored to fallow any rules, I thought as they are obliged to read it anyway, they would not need an introduction to call for their attention. Introduction is just a waste of space, according to my belief. Well, I was wrong!💣💔
And I understand it is not even that bad, but as it's not only about a "certificate" here, I still need better than that.
I am glad I did it for my birth country, Macedonia. If I have not done it, who else? It is the most logical choice, and I always enjoy people writing about their own country. This world would have been a better place if we all take care of the countries we belong to. It is obvious that, but often, we forget to care for those we have close to us. If it was to choose a "poor" country to send a powerful message from, Macedonia is the perfect example.
The problem is that I don't think anybody got any of my messages.
It is sad to see how our efforts go in vain after you complete what you thought to be the revelation of the century, just because you are not African or Asian poor enough for attention. Another solution would be to look for a better university where professionals know or have interest in Western Balkans and understand the undergoing and can support the relevant research topic. As Macedonian Spanish (and therefore European) I consider topics that are to my understanding relevant and people could relate to, trespassing borders. Not to mention the number of times I have been researching a subject beyond my comfort zone and ended up with the desire to help, but been "too white" to qualify for more than just thinking.
Well, I wasn't clever enough and went to be very "original" and now I feel a bit dumb. 💔
And I try desperately to forgive my markers by trying to like them more than I do. In fact, I went to the library just a week ago and took one of the books that my dear supervisor wrote about his own country. I just realised that I have been wrong about him all this time. He is a thoughtful and compassionate, and above all just as rebel as I am. Reading his book I like the fact that he rebels and talks openly against his country leaders. I was thinking - he won't get through the border next time he tries to enter the country. In a conversation he already pointed out to me that it has been years since he has been in his country of origin. I might be wrong, but after I read the first pages of his book and started google-ing things I realised that he is going against a dictator that arbitrarily kills and arrests people in his own country to maintain himself in power.
Even if we are far to care about our own lives, I would be still scared to fight them, when all my family is domed to live the country we left.
Not only that I understand and "love" my marker more with every page, but I ma learning a brand new things about one of the poorest countries on earth.
At the end of the day, we can never be as clever as others are. Over time we tend to lose the sense of shame and fear what other may say about the way we think.
This world would be such a better place to live if we start caring more about our own countries than we worry about others.
Here are the first two I wrote in 2014, with mistakes included👅😜. Enjoy! Leave me your comments here. I will be happy to read them. Slowly, more to appear in coming mouth.
sábado, 17 de diciembre de 2016
It would give me a great chance to "finish" my dissertation on Youth Unemployment and conduct a research focused on business success of the most vulnerable people in our society.
As development economist, I think this could be very much applicable not only in developed countries but very useful to disadvantaged groups across the globe in developing communities.
Mental health problems are a big issues in both developed and developing world, in most cases undetectable to human eye. Even in their visible forms they can come really handy. Let me not get to it really deep as I am not qualified to talk, but still, would dare to give my opinion.
Narcissistic people can be very annoying but great leaders; borderline are great charmers and good with persons evaluation. Than you have the antisocial, that you can place in an office and make him think for hours and never regret you left him alone. You might want to employ the obsessive compulsive to get a bit of order and discipline in your company and annoy everybody with boring details.
Personality disorders are a great way to screw up your life, but still are an important addition to life.
Glorifying people suffering cannot be acceptable, but once you learn to control it, you can put it in your own advantage.
I love to talk more about this and make jokes because I understand what is like to suffer in silence and look in disbelief how your life crumbles in front of you and you feel like there is nothing you can do - just observe your own suffering.
People often grow out from their problems and become compassionate thinkers.
Others, more serious mental illnesses can be controlled with medicine and people achieve great success in their careers.
Not everybody is born in a perfect family and the perfect country.
Misery comes in all shapes or forms. In-distinctive of country of origin, due to our "disability" we might feel that we need a little bit more to get where other has gotten first.
The subject offered by the university is related to applied economics, statistics and would need strong background in this particular subjects.
I love statistics and would enjoy greatly.
The objective is to influence the policy makers to design special support to help this category of people.
It is very unusual for a faculty of management to go beyond profit interests and look at helping for this category of people to get and independent and fulfilling life outside the benefits system and compassionate looks. I am still in disbelief!!!
As you know, scientists are really crazy!
Let's not get carried away with the phrase that money don't bring happiness, because it does in a society where we are not able to grow our own fruit and vegetable and make our own cloths.
Anyway, whoever thought of the subject to relate the unemployment and entrepreneurship with health issues is a compassionate thinker indeed.
And here I am, admiring other people ideas 😃
viernes, 26 de agosto de 2016
Повелете прочитајте и други текстови напишани на оваа тема.
1. About Yugoslavia - a satire of the truth!
2. The state of losers and traitors
3. Essay on International Development for my MSc
4. Магистер по Наука со заслуги: И тоа бидна - сега што?
5. How poor you poor have to be to get some attention?
6 Message to all the Yugo-nostalgic and EU fanatics
7. Што е култура на зависност и доминација
8. Update on my survey: Young, bright... but hopeless
Имам многу напишано. Речиси половина блог ми е за тоа.
viernes, 8 de julio de 2016
lunes, 4 de julio de 2016
Луѓето сакаат ситуацијата да се промени, но се чувствуваат немоќни како индивидуи.
Овдека се поставува прашањето дали за наше добро треба да се бориме за промена во општесвото или да се промениме ние како личност.
Тоа е исто како и дилемата: што беше прво, кокошката или јајцето?
Луѓето настојуваме да создадеме подобро општество преку подобрување на општествено-економскиот и политички систем на земјата за наша лична корист.
Политичката револуција е безкорисна. Води до размена на една политичка волја и доминација na друга, исто политичка.
Политиката сама по себе не води до општ развој, доколку изостане економскиот развој и индивидуална корист (преку социјални реформи).
Ова секако не значи дека треба да се седи со скрстени раце, туку да знаеме дека кога застануваме зад една политичка партија се бориме за нечија волја за доминација.
Тенденцијата во социолошките науки е да се создадат личности кои се независни, самостојни, задоволни и среќни во систем кој им дава еднакви можности на сите.
Некои убедуваа дека во Југославија сме живееле подобро кога податоците велат дека сите живееа подобро од нас тогаш, а вие заборавивте дека не сте нив и сега ваше е да одлучите како понатаму.
Во 80тите, социолошко истражување од Св Кирил и Методиј доаѓа до заклучок дека младите и пензионерите кои не се соочиле со искуството да бараат работа најпозитивно ги оценуваат напорите на државата за обезбедување на работни места. Таквиот „претеран оптимизам„ е многу смешен (нивен заклучок, моја забелешка), имајќи во предвид дека најголемата невработеност имало во Македонија (да ве потсетам 1986 невработеност на младите 72 %) каде се движи околу 20-25 проценти општа невработеност (и тоа многу „криена„). Резултатите укажуваат дека младите се исто така многу неинформирани за актуелните настани во државата и апсолутно незаинтересирани .Во 1979 година 1 од 4 невработеноста ја сметаат за најголем проблем во Македонија.
Можеби ова е причината зошто цел животен век не се откинавме од истите проблеми.
jueves, 30 de junio de 2016
I have recently acquired Master of Science with merits in Development Studies MSc at London South Bank University.
Employment is important for our personal and professional fulfilment. The countries socio-economic development can be measured according the open employment opportunities. These opportunities give people chances to feel happy in their own country, but also keeps the country relevant in the economy not only through the economic growth but also the level of social stability.
I hold a Bachelor’s degree in International Economics (Macedonia),
Master´s degree in Foreign Trade (Spain) and Cambridge International Diploma in
Business. As part of my Master´s degree final project elaborated an
International Marketing Plan for a Spanish company. That is why I love to engage in debates related to foreign trade. It has been my main interest before trying to get my way into International Development.
In Spain I was working for an important international consulting company based in Madrid. Together with my supervisor we were responsible for the creation of this new Business Unit focused on economic cooperation projects in developing countries. Used my language skills in my everyday work for contacting consultants worldwide, offering them a collaboration for the selected project and international organisations for additional information. Did a market research for the department, took active involvement in the proposal writing, analysis of the terms of reference.
In UK worked for Starbucks as barista on minimum wage while doing my Master's degree in International Development.
Currently I work with projects related to Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult Education and Vocational Education and Training. Very proud to be part of it, as it gives me the opportunity to work with projects funded by the European Commission and give my support to the values of our European Society to develop skills and knowledge within the European Union and partner countries.
I am multilingual and confident speaker that can fully express in written and spoken English, Macedonian and Spanish as my second language. Also, I can communicate at a certain level and fully understand written and spoken Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian. I have a basic knowledge of French and Bulgarian.
Passionate about different cultures and constant studying and improving, the things I am writing about can be very broad and varied.. I feel deeply convinced that my interest, skills and knowledge can make a real difference in todays debates.
That's why Euroagent is constantly searching new ways to everything and new people to work on the best ideas in International Development.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in several languages (multilingual)
- Knowledge and understanding of international donor work (through qualifications and work experience);
- Able to work effectively across a wide variety of cultural contexts;
- Display of solution oriented approaches in innovative and high pressure environment;
- Knowledge of Research Methodologies in Social Science;
- Significant technical expertise in data collection and analysis e.g. qualitative methods; survey design; survey sampling; quantitative statistical analysis using SPSS and Atlas.ti
- Excellent research, analytical and writing skills;
- International Marketing Plan;
- Implementation of market research in national and international contexts;
- Creative thinker and entrepreneurial skills;
- Fully familiar with use of social media in networking activities;
- Strong numeracy and analytical skills, business/commercial awareness.
Hope you'll enjoy my blog.
Thank for your visit!
viernes, 24 de junio de 2016
Born in Macedonia, the country has not made a progress since.Went to live in Spain and two years later (2008) the country was hit by recession and huge unemployment. And now that I am out it's slowly recovering.Came to UK, they leave EU and the value of pound immediately hits its lowest, Cameron resigns... we are expecting more of this to come... Well, where should I go now?Which country really goes to your nerve? I can deal with any.Should I put in a CV my apocalyptic abilities?That was my first comment on Brexit the day I received the news. I could have been talking about the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the Balkan wars or any other major disaster, because it looks like I've have seen them all.
Today I lost every little hope I had in a new and better Europe.
It might seems like I am into this brexit thing too much, but I can´t get over the arguments that led many people to vote one way or another.
i will repeat the thing I´ve said commenting on Martin Schulz hours before. and what this professor (University of Liverpool Law School’s Professor Michael Dougan) is trying to say here. It's so different when you are a rich country in Europe. You are acting such a baby using the arguments of the Europe poorest when they don't apply to you. The statement: they don't listen to us, they try to impose things, they don't understand what we need simply doesn't applies to UK. They've listened that from the Europe poorest and applied to them as if that was true.
UK arguments to brexit are funny and insulting for the Europe poor (when I say poor, need to bear in mind in European sense). EU is not perfect, nor Europe poorest are doing the right thing. But that's another story.
You just see what this professor has to say. It's brilliant.
European countries should educate more on the idea of the EU, if not you'll end up doing something stupid as UK did.
I understand some EU member that are voiceless or powerless within the Union, but UK has always had it's way.
As students, we praise and love diversity. Especially those ones that want to learn about other cultures might find UK universities very attractive. That is why I understand the turbulence created by the referendum results. They are worried that they will lose attractiveness and funding. Their fears are right. If my university has been long delaying changes, now it's the time to speed up things and get to work. Some of the brightest students come from Europe and you don't want less than that. In defence to other students (non-European) we might say that they are not less important. It's the diversity that counts. That's just adds up to the whole quality of teaching and research.
I will suggest leaving as they spoke out against working migrants that contributed greatly in the development of this country and pay for their benefits and pensions. The ones that work hard are welcomed everywhere, and the ones that live on benefits would not be able to leave.
UK might have been the fastest and easiest way to job and learning English, but there is still opportunity in the rest of Europe for us. I am happy to be European from birth and EU citizen by adoption.
"Brexit is UK problem, not mine". I said that while wiping my tears off my face and thinking about the 4 mounts left from finishing my studies and completing my dissertation on Youth Unemployment. It has been a very though year for me, as Brexit would have made any difference.