Introduction After 20 interviews conducted with students from all over the world, Culture Shock 2011-12 reaches its finale. Young people from all continents (except Antarctica) were contacted and asked the same 8 questions, all about their daily lives, aspirations, passions, country and culture. To be exact: 10 women, 10 men, 3 university students, 17 high…Details
We are happy and proud to come out with the new face of TRA which includes a few changes and additions allowing us to attain what we always wished for: to reach out to the youth with honest and authentic journalism. These changes are:
TRA will be multi-lingual from now on, accepting articles in English, Turkish, French, Spanish and any other we can understand and evaluate.
TRA site will include all the social media pages it utilizes, such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Vimeo, so that you can enjoy following TRA from different channels on the same link.
All social media links are available on the site, so any work can be easily shared.
TRA site will include TRAMvay on its site, and will link viewers to our Youtube channel.
TRA will be open to any and all young journalists who would like to publish their work on the site. These journalists need to be students, register to the TRA site, and use the ‘’Send Article’’ button to go ahead.
TRA will take advertisements on its home page. The weekly rates are published under Show Off and all previous ads will be kept under Show Off too.
TRA will be compatible with all tablets and mobile phones.
We invite you to read, comment and be part of this 21st century youth publication.