In Swindon, England, thousands are set to lose their jobs as the Honda Car manufacturing plants approaches a close. What will it mean for those people, and what is the future of Swindon?
Amnesty International creates the image of Denmark as the country with pervasive rape culture. Many people don’t take it seriously. Should we?
By Katka Cajankova
We went to one of Europe’s most homophobic countries for 10 days to get a glimpse into the fight for LGBT rights in a country, where 99% of the population would not accept a gay family member. This is what happened.
Being locked in a room has turned into a worldwide phenomenon especially in Budapest, but how do players draw the line between what is perceived as real and what is just a fantasy game.
With Brexit coming up, an artificial language and its movement hopes to outmatch the throne of the common language. But what are the odds of having a federal language in the European Union?
How to face climate change has increasingly become a very debated topic among world leaders and scientists, but Arctic Indigenous Communities like Sámi struggle to make their voice heard, while the rapid changes in the natural environment challenge the foundations of their culture.
On May 1st, the UK Parliament declared a climate emergency. Members of Extinction Rebellion are still pressuring their authorities towards more changes. What are they doing? And, what are their next steps?
EU media use a lot of stereotypes when they cover Russia – are these stereotypes “true”? How to cover such a sensitive topic without making a negative image of people and culture?
Korean people and corporations have difficulties with the uncertainty of BREXIT as other countries do. However, as a country out of the EU, there can be opportunities with the newly changed environment also.
Danish dumpster divers, known as “skraldere,” have become one of the last lines of defense against food waste. By collecting edible food from garbage bins, they`re reducing carbon emissions and saving otherwise lost resources.
Following the fall of Greece’s latest dictatorship, freedom of speech and expression had to be protected at all costs, hence the “Academic Asylum” doctrine was introduced. The same doctrine is now used and abused as a criminal-secure shelter within the university campuses.
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) surged to victory in the EU elections at the end of May, leaving Brussels to further contemplate how to maintain relations with an increasingly erratic member state.
Four out of ten Danes want a greener car. The Danish government did not make emission-free transportation top priority in the past. Taxes on EVs pushed people away. Aarhus is therefore setting up own climate plans to be emission-free by 2030.
By Tabea Guenzler
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Through the football club Sangre Chilena FC, children are given the opportunity to understand more about their parents’ native culture, live a healthy life and create future opportunities, should they wish to pursue a professional career in football.
By Andrés Solís Mardones
Almost three decades after gaining independence, Estonia has built itself into one of the top tech and software developing nations in the world. With a government committed to digital life and companies like Skype paving the way for current startups, Estonia is becoming known by many as the Silicon Valley of Europe.
By Ben Snider-McGrath
The introduction of fees at Danish Language centres in 2018 has caused a huge number of enrolments to be lost, and thrown organisations like LaerDansk into disarray, according to those working and studying there.
By Josh Duggan