OUT NOW: A COLLECTION OF EUROPEAN STORIES
A Collection of European Stories is the first print project by the Are We Europe collective. It combines the best of the European Storytellers so far.
Change often happens without much noise — gradually, unnoticed, or already forgotten. That’s why, in this first issue of AWE magazine, we shed light on the silent (r)evolutions of the past, present and future: from the women’s march on Versailles, to a media revolution in Turkey, to a Danish island community spearheading sustainability.
Because the loudest revolutions are often silent.
Soon also available in print!
READ MORE FROM SILENT REVOLUTIONS:
The Women's March on Versailles | David Mountain
Power Without Glory: The Shadow Government | Ramin Gharavi
The New Media Revolution in Turkey | Rhiannon Davies
Europe's Intelligence Post Charlie-Hebdo | Anna Saraste
Protesting in the Age of Social Media | Ellyn van Valkengoed
A Viking Lesson in Sustainability | Amélie Drouet
MORE FROM THE ARE WE EUROPE COLLECTIVE
Have you ever asked yourself why we can smell seasons? How our childhood memories and seasonal habits influence and have conditioned the way we sense the world. For Niya Shekerova it's wandering around Marche d'Aligre and smelling the market's flavours that bring back all these memories
Veganism is the fastest growing social justice movement in the world today. During the last decade we see a plant-based revolution on the rise. In this photo essay you will meet the young vegan community of Europe and share in their experience of being vegan in their hometown and culture.
Elena set out to find young people from different parts of Europe living in the Netherlands to ask them about their most beloved regional dish and how they view the Dutch food culture as compared to their own.
The Persistence of Memory (1931), one of the most recognizable works by Salvador Dalí, is based on food. The inspiration for his masterpiece stuck one night, after Dalí ate the famous camembert cheese.
An interview with Victoria, the last manager of Yes We Camp.
I used to be a notorious carnivore. Burgers every week, nuggets all day and bacon on everything. Yet, this is about the creative renaissance I’ve experienced in the kitchen thanks to turning vegan.
It’s 2AM in the morning. You and your mates are drunk. What is your dream? A disgusting fat kebab dripping of fat and sauce, or maybe some oily fried chicken or unidentified bagel. Here is what drunk people eat.