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17.12.2020
The World Cannot Afford to Look Away From XinjiangJustice

Abusive regimes are responsible for their own behaviour. But other states are also responsible if they stand by and fail to speak out.

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14.12.2020
Back in the Ground: Capturing Carbon through FarmingAgriculture

By increasing the carbon in soil, farmers could play a key role in offsetting emissions on a massive scale, making agriculture key to solving climate change.

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11.12.2020
How Do We End This Carnage?Agriculture

An anti-speciesist vision calls for a radical rethinking of our relationship to animals and an end to the idea of "responsible" livestock farming.

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08.12.2020
National Capitalism in Orbán’s HungaryFinance and Economy

Explanations for democratic backsliding in Hungary have so far neglected the role of neoliberalism and the resultant economic disintegration.

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04.12.2020
Culture, Creativity and Coronavirus: Time for EU ActionSociety, Media and Culture

Cultural professionals are vital to Europe’s recovery. It is time member states and EU action reflect this by addressing working conditions in the sector.

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30.11.2020
Storytelling in the Eye of the Storm: The Pandemic Through the Lens of Environmental BreakdownSociety, Media and Culture

A conversation with the acclaimed novelist on the parallels between the climate crisis and the pandemic, and imagining alternatives for our interconnected world.

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30.11.2020
The Foundational Economy for a Good LifeGreen Transition

The foundational economy – education, health and social care, utilities, and retail – is crucial to ensure a sustainable future for our societies.

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30.11.2020
Taking Power in a Crisis: France’s Green CitiesPolitics

Following France's 2020 municipal elections, the newly elected Green leaders of Greater Lyon and Poitiers discuss governing in a crisis and ecology’s place in the political landscape.

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30.11.2020
Liveable Spaces for All: Covid-19 in the CityWelfare and Social Issues

The pandemic has reconfigured the way we use and think about urban space. Will it be sufficient for a fairer, healthier city to emerge?

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30.11.2020
Borders, Bodies and See-All Technologies: Pushing the Limits of Bio-SurveillanceMigration

In recent years, surveillance technologies have increasingly been deployed to monitor, control, and curtail the movement of people. The pandemic is accelerating this trend.

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