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Basic income: the ‘means’ to finally gain freedom?
July 17, 2018
Philippe Van Parijs will be one of the keynote speakers at the Campus of European Alternatives. We met him ahead of his lecture to discuss about the importance of freedom in the debate on basic income.
Austrian Presidency: A deafening silence as the far-right takes the lead
July 02, 2018
1st July Austria took the rotating presidency of the European Union. The sinister leaders of Austria - each of them masters of far-right doublespeak - have chosen the slogan 'A Europe that Protects'
The cities want refugees in!
June 20, 2018
Can cities become a space for a new European conception of transnational solidarity? We spoke with Gesine Schwan, German politician and professor, who has a very concrete proposal to make it happen.
A New Lexicon for a New International
June 06, 2018
The Kyiv Biennale International – ’68 NOW program closed last week with a new format of a forum for art and knowledge. We spoke with the director about the ideas behind the past editions.
Everyone Who Is Here Is From Here
May 18, 2018
We spoke with Zoe Gardner from the UK’s alternative left wing remain campaign, Another Europe is Possible, about solidarity and freedom of movement.
Despite what you’ve read, there’s still solidarity in Italy
May 11, 2018
An interview with volunteers at the Baobab experience, a civil society organisation helping refugees where the state is failing.
Bloody Foreigners. Meet the migrants tackling xenophobia in Ireland
May 03, 2018
We talked to Teresa Buczkowska, one of the organisers, and Integration and Anti-racism Coordinator at the Council
Why the ‘Afroféminas’ collective refused to join Spanish women’s strike?
April 05, 2018
Solidarity and sorority are keywords in feminism, but they need to come not just in theory but in practices.
SAVE THE DATE – BREXIT Should I Stay or Should I Go
March 18, 2018
Join us on Monday in London at the 'Should I Stay or Should I Go' event - from 09:00 to 21:00
Erkan Özgen: I was victim of an unjust decision of the Turkish government
February 27, 2018
Meet the Kurdish artist Erkan Ozgen from Diyarbakir
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