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26.01.2021

Winter at the borders of Europe: fears for refugees

Winter at the borders of Europe: fears for refugees

Europe is thought of by many refugees escaping persecution, war, poverty, and violence as a place of safety, of Human Rights, of protection, security, and kindness. These narratives are further supported by the rhetoric of the European Commission that presents Europe as a place of ‘respect for human dignity, freedom,… »

26.01.2021

Hope is a Choice

Hope is a Choice

The ballet ensemble of the city of Trier dances for the ban on nuclear weapons. With a foreword by Klaus Jensen, (Klaus Jensen Foundation, former Mayor of Trier) as well as the Lord Mayor Wolfram Leibe/Network Mayors for Peace and ICAN-City Appeal. “a general ban of nuclear weapons would be… »

25.01.2021

Julian Assange tortured to give governments and army the freedom to kill

Julian Assange tortured to give governments and army the freedom to kill

Tonight I received a letter that Fabio wrote and addressed to some English politicians. We reworked it together making it an open letter addressed to those who, in various ways, are involved in the dramatic situation of Julian Assange: to the judges who are carrying out an illegal trial, to… »

23.01.2021

Moscow police detain Navalny supporters staging unsanctioned rally to demand release of jailed opposition figure

Moscow police detain Navalny supporters staging unsanctioned rally to demand release of jailed opposition figure

Protestors who have taken to the streets of Moscow on Saturday to demand the release of prominent activist Alexey Navalny have been confronted by law enforcement officers, apparently determined to break up the unsanctioned rally. Hundreds of people have gathered in Moscow’s Pushkin Square, in defiance of warnings that the… »

23.01.2021

URBANA: The Public Spaces of Athens from a Gender Perspective

URBANA: The Public Spaces of Athens from a Gender Perspective

     “Together, although far apart, we decided to analyze the neighbourhoods we found ourselves in during the new quarantine from the perspective of gender and inclusion, using the tools and  methods of feminist urban planning we became familiar with during the workshops.” The programme, “The Public Spaces of Athens… »

21.01.2021

Far-right terrorism in Germany: Walter Lübcke’s murder and the NSU

Far-right terrorism in Germany: Walter Lübcke’s murder and the NSU

The main suspect in Germany’s most prominent far-right political assassination since World War II has closed his defense in court. He and his alleged accomplice have been linked to the National Socialist Underground. The lawyer defending Stephan E.*, the neo-Nazi on trial for the assassination of regional governor Walter Lübcke in… »

10.01.2021

The Germany-Wide Day of Action on 5 December 2020 – a Prelude to Further Joint Engagement

The Germany-Wide Day of Action on 5 December 2020 – a Prelude to Further Joint Engagement

“Disarmament Instead of Rearmament”: The Germany-Wide Day of Action on 5 December 2020 – a Prelude to Further Joint Engagement With more than 100 events and several thousand participants, the day of action and protest organized by the Abrüsten statt Aufrüsten campaign (Disarm instead of Rearm) was a great success,… »

10.01.2021

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Will poetry be enough to get Czechs to embrace anti COVID-19 vaccination?

Czech government ad campaign seeks to erase fears about vaccination As anti-COVID-19 vaccination becomes accessible in the European Union, the Czech government has launched a new communication campaign aimed at overcoming the fear of or suspicion about vaccination. And this time, the inspiration for the campaign has found its source… »

08.01.2021

Rare snowfall hits Spain due to Storm Filomena

Rare snowfall hits Spain due to Storm Filomena

Parts of Spain have been covered by a rare snowfall, causing traffic disruption and canceling flights, as the country records the lowest temperature in its history. Madrid and other parts of Spain were blanketed in snow on Thursday as the southern European country witnessed record low temperatures due to Storm Filomena, forecasters… »

07.01.2021

Britain Returns to Its Past

Britain Returns to Its Past

By George Friedman *  As of Jan. 1, Britain has completed the process of leaving the European Union. The EU has assured all that dire consequences will haunt the British. Certainly, there will be economic consequences for the U.K., but it is hard to imagine that the departure of the… »

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