I ’’ studenti za istinu ’’ su digitalne diplomate Srbije

I ’’ studenti za istinu ’’ su digitalne diplomate Srbije

Studentska kancelarija za kampanju „Ne članstvu Kosova* u UNESKO“ počela je sa radom 29. oktobra 2015. godine u Kosovskoj Mitrovici, sa namerom da ukaže svetskoj i domaćoj javnosti na konkretne razloge zbog kojih tzv Kosovo* ne može i ne sme postati član UNESCA. Aktivnosti ove Kancelarije realizovane su putem Facebook naloga https://www.facebook.com/StudentiZaIstinu na kojem su

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Studentska kancelarija za kampanju „Ne članstvu Kosova* u UNESKO“ počela je sa radom 29. oktobra 2015. godine u Kosovskoj Mitrovici, sa namerom da ukaže svetskoj i domaćoj javnosti na konkretne razloge zbog kojih tzv Kosovo* ne može i ne sme postati član UNESCA.
Aktivnosti ove Kancelarije realizovane su putem Facebook naloga https://www.facebook.com/StudentiZaIstinu na kojem su već dobili blizu 20.000 ‘’lajkova’’, i Internet stranice https://studentizaistinu.wordpress.com .

Nakon jučerašnjeg teksta o srpskim digitalnim diplomatama okupljenim oko haštaga #NoKosovoUnesco , obratila nam se Milena M. Banović i s razlogom izrazila nezadovoljstvo što nismo u njega uključili studenate iz Kosovske Mitrovice.
Ovaj tekst posvećujemo ovim mladim digitalnim diplomatama iz Kosovske Mitrovice, uz molbu svima da nas obaveste ako ima još ovakvih primera o kojima žeimo da pišemo i zabeležimo njihova iskustva.

Ove mlade digitalne diplomate su Internet zajednici pružili na korišćenje kvalitetne fotografije i video priloge visoke rezolucije, kao i argumentovane tekstove na svetskim jezicima jezicima, protiv prijema Kosova* u Unesco, koji su nedostajali u kampanji #NoKosovoUnesco .

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Pored toga, direktno su se obratili medijima i zvaničnicima svih 195 diplomatskih delegacija UNESCO-a, njihovim ambasadama u Srbiji i BiH, sa prikladnim svedočanstvima o stradanju srpske kulturne baštine na Kosovu i Metohiji.
U njihovu kampanju bili su uključeni studenti iz svih delova Srbije, Crne Gore, Republike Srpske, ali i rasejanja.

Poseban doprinos ne samo ovoj kampanji već i praksi digitalne diplomatije u Srbiji ova Kancelarija učinila je pripremom poruke/pisma ( teksta fotografija i video snimaka ) koju su ostali učesnici mogli da šalju na elektronske adrese delegacija u UNESCO-u ( koje su takođe obezbedili ). pismo-primjer

Poruke su prevedene na RUSKI, ARAPSKI, FRANCUSKI, NEMAČKI, ČEŠKI, GRČKI, ITALIJANSKI, ŠPANSKI, BUGARSKI, POLJSKI i ENGLESKI jezik.
Pored svih navedenih sadržaja koje su ponudili Internet zajednici, ove digitalne diplomate su napravile i objavile intuitivne video sadržaje, svetskih standarda.

Posebno je važno da će ‘’ studenti za istinu ‘’ nastaviti aktivnosti na Internetu radi stalnog obaveštavanja medija i javnosti u svetu o potrebi očuvanja srpske nacionalne baštine na teritoriji Kosova i Metohije.

 

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