Welcome to The Albanian Society Page.
We are a group of passionate and dedicated law students that came together with the aim to represent the Albanian youth in the ULaw and even further.
We want to celebrate, showcase and manifest our Albanian's and Balkan's history, culture and values and share them with the wider community.
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Within the magazine we want to include film and book reviews about BAME topics, poems and short stories about BAME topics and current affairs and news surrounding BAME issues.
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