15.04.2021
Transforming Work, Reimagining Education

Real lifelong learning can improve our lives by liberating our time and pave the way to a more equal society.

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13.04.2021
Beyond the Growth Imperative

What does environmental economist Tim Jackson’s latest book, Post Growth, have to say about breaking the growth chokehold?

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09.04.2021
Can Human Rights Law Overcome Political Inaction?

Recent victories in the courts show how a human rights framework can be an instrument to fight suffering and injustice.

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09.04.2021
How Portugal Went from Far-right Immunity to Fertile Ground for Populists

Until 2019, Portugal seemed unaffected by the right-wing populism on the rise elsewhere in Europe. But with a far-right candidate reaching third place in the January 2021 presidential election, what explains this shift and how can progressive forces provide a compelling alternative?

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07.04.2021
How Greens in Government Are Tackling Homelessness

Greens are driving responses to homelessness but the pandemic and the lack of support from governments threaten to set back these efforts.

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02.04.2021
Inclusivity Means Breaking the “Otherness” Fixation

Tackling inequalities to build truly inclusive spaces requires challenging norms that view people with a migration background primarily as different and disadvantaged.

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30.03.2021
Democracy is the Key to Renewing the EU’s Legitimacy

Are the charges of being undemocratic that are consistently levelled at the European Union justified?

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25.03.2021
Girls Gone Running: Taking on Street Harassment in Romania

Street harassment is still far from being seen by society as a form of gender-based violence. Romanian athletes are working to change that.

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23.03.2021
Civil Society Must Be at the Heart of a Renewed Transatlantic Solidarity

After four years of chauvinistic rhetoric and isolationist politics, it is time to usher in a new era of vibrant democracy and constructive multilateralism.

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19.03.2021
EU Gender Equality Strategy: Too Little but Not Too Late

The EU’s strategy for tackling gender discrimination may be a new chapter for gender equality in Europe, but the road ahead is long and winding.

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