This year, European Alternatives relaunched its journal. We’re revamped it and will be creating an online web version which will feature not just text articles, but podcasts, videos, photography, art and culture too.
The journal seeks to further our organisational aim: to promote democracy, equality and culture beyond the nation-state. We’re here to show that an alternative Europe already exists as something that we, collectively, can imagine, demand and enact.
Taking an intersectional approach, we’re looking for topical content – text or visual – that addresses the critical themes that affect us all from a transnational, transversal perspective. We cover a range of issues including climate, democracy, workers’ rights, social and economic policy, antiracism, decolonisation, feminism, Roma rights, LGBTQIA+ rights and more.
We hope the journal can be a space to bring together thinkers and actors (and especially people who are both at the same time!) to explore novel ideas and engage in critical reflection on our work and the social movements around us.
For an idea of the kinds of things we’ve published before, take a look at our past issues here.
If you have an idea for an article, a feature, interview, review or photo essay, please get in touch at email@example.com. Pitches will be considered on a rolling basis, but we strongly encourage you to submit them by Tuesday 21st February 2023 or earlier to be considered for the first issue.
We strongly encourage submissions from people from minoritised and underrepresented backgrounds.