For the French Greens, There Is Power in Disruption
For the French Greens, There Is Power in Disruption
EN
29/06/2022
With France’s politics in flux, political ecology needs to evolve if it is to set itself apart and succeed.
Is Degrowth the Future?
Is Degrowth the Future?
EN
28/06/2022
A new book exploring the origins, sub-currents, and evolution of degrowth, as well as the solutions it offers for the future.
What Overturning Roe v Wade Means for the USA and Beyond
What Overturning Roe v Wade Means for the USA and Beyond
EN
03/06/2022
The leaked Supreme Court opinion that threatens to overturn the landmark ruling on Roe v Wade has sparked public outrage in the United States. Reversing the 1973 precedent for abortion rights is a rupture for American society and will likely have far reaching implications elsewhere. Could this be the tipping point leading to increased restrictions to safe abortion access? Will this lead to conservative forces becoming emboldened and launching renewed attacks on hard-won reproductive rights elsewhere in the world?
Accession and the Meaning of European Citizenship
EN
23/06/2022
The End of Privacy?
ENPL
21/06/2022
For Energy Independence, the EU Must Think Bigger than REPowerEU
EN
16/06/2022
Why Peace Education Deserves a Place in Europe’s Education Systems
EN
09/06/2022
Redefining Resilience Through Ecology at School
EN
08/06/2022
Striking Against the Neoliberal University
EN
07/06/2022
Rights Under Attack
Backs Against the Wall: Bringing the Fight Back
Backs Against the Wall: Bringing the Fight Back
Ece Temelkuran warns of the signs of creeping authoritarianism.
“We no longer ask to be treated as humans. We demand it.”
“We no longer ask to be treated as humans. We demand it.”
In October 2020, a Polish tribunal ruled to further curtail one of Europe’s strictest abortion laws.
Abortion Debate in Malta: Between Progress, Catholic Morality and Patriarchy
Abortion Debate in Malta: Between Progress, Catholic Morality and Patriarchy
Raisa Galea explores the contradictions of a debate which is bound to questions of national identity, morality and sovereignty.
The Road to Repeal: How Ireland said ‘Yes’
The Road to Repeal: How Ireland said ‘Yes’
Thanks to energetic grassroots campaigning and a steady shift in social attitudes, women in Ireland have finally won the right to choose whether to ha…
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