The Student View

Reflections from Students of the Dreams and Friendship Exchange

Q: What are some examples of your rights versus your responsibilities?

A: I have the right to freedom and an education. I have a responsibility to take care of the environment and to respect all people.— Merita A.; Macedonia

A: I have the right to fresh air, but I have to take care of the environment. That’s my responsibility. I have the right to freedom and to make my own choices, but I have to go to school, do my homework, and study. —Kristijan K.; Macedonia

A: I have to go to school. It is my responsibility. And I have to obey the school rules. I have the right to play sports or computer games, but I also have to study. —Kristijan W.; Macedonia

To learn more about the Dreams and Friendship Exchange, please read our initial blog.

— Abigail Jones, 2014–2015 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant

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