In this week’s newsletter, we analyze whether the tech industry is headed in the right direction with respect to solving issues pertaining to gender, race, sexual orientations, age and disabilities.Read More
Glancing ahead, will #Breakingupbigtech solve all our problems?Read More
Glancing ahead, what does the #futureofwork look like?Read More
Every time you cross a border technology has made it possible to violate your privacy. But is this ethical and what happens when your data falls into the wrong hands? This week we reflect on the growing surveillance in Europe with articles from our latest magazine.Read More
While it might take a while for politicians to shift their focus towards improving the situation of refugees in Europe, how can we as citizens of Europe develop an EU-wide solution to enable refugees to integrate into the society?
Beyond climate conferences, carbon emissions targets and Greta Thunberg-inspired street protests, how does our mindset need to shift to tackle global warming?
With an economic recession lurking around the corner, we take a step back and rethink economic growth.Read More
This week, New Zealand took a step towards decriminalizing abortion. If the bill passes through parliament, the country will join the US, Canada, China and most European countries in legalizing abortion. But still, in 2019, a measly 30 percent of the world’s countries allow the practice. Why does abortion still face so much resistance?Read More
Even though the choice between staying or leaving is being normalized through the standard culture of traveling, it’s a decision that can run as deeply as people’s roots.Read More
It’s official: Boris Johnson is the UK’s new prime minister. While everyone is preparing for a continuation of the Brexit-saga, we are taking a step back and can’t help but wonder: what the bloody hell happened?Read More
It’s a message that minorities and immigrants have had hurled at them since basically forever: “go back to your country!”. But what exactly is at the root of this sentiment? This week we bring you three different perspectives from our writers on what it means to be a person of color in Europe today.Read More
At a time when international cooperation is under threat, Africa is sending a message to the entire world that it is committed to multilateralism and global interdependence. Earlier this week, 54 of the 55 African nations signed the African Continental Free Trade Area at the African Union Summit in Niger, thus vowing to create the world’s largest free trade area.Read More
The nominations come after weeks of painstaking negotiations which, after several failed attempts to choose candidates, forced the member countries to abandon the Spitzenkandidaten process (which has strong support in the European Parliament, because it forces national leaders to choose someone from the largest elected political families).Read More
Last Sunday, over 250,000 people took to the streets in Prague to demand the resignation of prime minister Andrej Babiš. It was the biggest act of dissent in the Czech Republic since the 1989 velvet revolution that brought Communism to a collapse.Read More