Life Under Shock: Understanding the Pandemic
Life Under Shock: Understanding the Pandemic

Recognising that a pathogen will not bring forth a fairer, more sustainable future but people, ideas and politics can, this edition asks how the health crisis will influence our world in the years to come.

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Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade
Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade
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10/05/2021
Belgrade has invested heavily in making the city more attractive to tourists in recent years. It’s time it listened to its citizen and steer away from…
Northern Ireland: The Unhappy Ending Europe’s Story Must Avoid
Northern Ireland: The Unhappy Ending Europe’s Story Must Avoid
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05/05/2021
What does the latest flare-up of tensions in Northern Ireland tell us about progress towards reconciliation?
Transforming Work, Reimagining Education
Transforming Work, Reimagining Education
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15/04/2021
The need to reorganise work can be justified both in social and ecological terms. Yet such reorganisation would not be complete without questioning work’s dominance over other areas of life. Education is a key part of this transformation, but it must be viewed as something that helps people develop and thrive throughout their lives, rather than merely adapting them to the constraints of a neoliberal job market. Real lifelong learning can improve our lives by liberating our time, paving the way to a more equal society.
The European Solution to the “Macedonian Question”
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30/04/2021
Between Common Currency and Common Values
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29/04/2021
Anti-Racist Parties and Progressive Politics in the Netherlands
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23/04/2021
Europe and India in the Asian Century
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21/04/2021
Beyond the Growth Imperative
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13/04/2021
Can Human Rights Law Overcome Political Inaction?
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09/04/2021
Future of Europe
The Conference on the Future of Europe: Sparking Hope for EU Democracy?
The Conference on the Future of Europe: Sparking Hope for EU Democracy?
The Conference on the Future of Europe can kickstart the constitutional development of the EU if citizens are heard.
A Socio-Ecological Contract for a Post-Pandemic Europe
A Socio-Ecological Contract for a Post-Pandemic Europe
A conversation with the ETUI general director on what the pandemic has meant for workers and the window of opportunity to achieve a just and green rec…
Looking to the Future Public Health and a Green Recovery
Looking to the Future Public Health and a Green Recovery
We spoke to Petra De Sutter, Belgian deputy prime minister and minister for the civil service and public enterprises, about the future of health syste…
Eco-Social Steps to Resilience
Eco-Social Steps to Resilience
Building shock-resistant societies calls for a break with capitalist logic to propose solutions that prioritise wellbeing while factoring in ecologica…