The Tale of Bolsonaro’s Tragic Victory: What is the future for human rights in Brazil?

Last week Jair Bolsonaro became Brazil’s 38th president, Natalia Carrusca and Fernando Burgés explore ...

Mimmo Lucano, Riace and the criminalisation of solidarity

On the 2nd October the mayor of Riace Domenico Lucano, known as Mimmo and ...

The people vs. Viktor Orbán: a European showdown

We must admit watching Vicky Orbán getting lambasted in a makeshift trail in the ...

The State of Migration: Juncker’s EU Solidarity Plan

“Our common European values and our historic responsibility are my starting point when I ...

Swedish elections leave two major parties reeling, Sweden Democrats emboldened by record support

The Swedish general election this past Sunday saw the Sweden Democrats, a populist party ...

Experiencing history with La Boîte à Histoire

Whether you are a huge history fan or completely indifferent, La Boite à Histoire ...

EYE2018: Making the EU young (again)?

Something unusual happened last weekend in Strasbourg. Instead of 50-something EU officials, young people ...

Repeal The Eighth: Ireland’s Fight To Legalise Abortion

Today marks the advent of another ground-breaking referendum for Ireland – this time tackling ...

The “Historic Alliance”: Italy’s populist parties’ dangerous deal

After a two month deadlock following the elections of 4 March 2018, Italy’s Lega ...

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The Tale of Bolsonaro’s Tragic Victory: What is the future for human rights in Brazil?

Last week Jair Bolsonaro became Brazil’s 38th president, Natalia Carrusca and Fernando Burgés explore ...

Mimmo Lucano, Riace and the criminalisation of solidarity

On the 2nd October the mayor of Riace Domenico Lucano, known as Mimmo and ...

The people vs. Viktor Orbán: a European showdown

We must admit watching Vicky Orbán getting lambasted in a makeshift trail in the ...

The State of Migration: Juncker’s EU Solidarity Plan

“Our common European values and our historic responsibility are my starting point when I ...

Swedish elections leave two major parties reeling, Sweden Democrats emboldened by record support

The Swedish general election this past Sunday saw the Sweden Democrats, a populist party ...

Experiencing history with La Boîte à Histoire

Whether you are a huge history fan or completely indifferent, La Boite à Histoire ...

EYE2018: Making the EU young (again)?

Something unusual happened last weekend in Strasbourg. Instead of 50-something EU officials, young people ...

Repeal The Eighth: Ireland’s Fight To Legalise Abortion

Today marks the advent of another ground-breaking referendum for Ireland – this time tackling ...

The “Historic Alliance”: Italy’s populist parties’ dangerous deal

After a two month deadlock following the elections of 4 March 2018, Italy’s Lega ...