30.11.2022
Faces of the Crisis

How the cost of living crisis affects the everyday lives of people around Europe.

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30.11.2022
Will High Costs Stop Europeans’ Mobility in its Tracks?

Philipp Cerny asks whether free public transport can transform how Europeans get around.

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30.11.2022
Price Increases: Who Is Picking Up the Tab?

Comparing data from across Europe, Cristina Suárez Vega looks at how citizens are experiencing the rising cost of living.

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14.06.2022
On the Outskirts: The Geography of Educational Inequality

In this photo essay, Sofia Cherici and Federico Ambrosini explore how schools and teachers can transform their surrounding community.

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18.12.2018
Harassing the Poor: Orbán’s Fight Against the Homeless

Since October 2018, it has been illegal to live in the street in Hungary. Social anthropologist and housing rights activist Tessza Udvarhelyi explains why homeless people are such an easy target for populist politicians, and how the newest measures humiliate those who cannot afford a place to live.

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17.05.2018
The Limits of Work: Poverty and Exploitation in Today’s European Union

A photo essay by Apolena Rychlíková and Saša Uhlová on the harsh, insecure, and unsafe reality of temp agency work in the Czech Republic.

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05.12.2017
Unemployment, Pensions, Loneliness – Poverty Treats Men and Women Differently

Looking at food banks and poverty in Finland with a gendered lens can yield insights into its causes and solutions.

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01.04.2017
When “Feeding the World” Puts Food Security at Risk

Are the giants of the agro-industry who claim they are determined to “Feed the world” in fact fostering food insecurity through exploitation and environmental degradation?

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14.02.2017
Why is Energy Poverty Still an Issue?

People across Europe still suffer from ‘energy poverty’ – what does it consist of and what policies are needed to deal with the problem?

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13.02.2017
The Punitive Regulation of Poverty in the Neoliberal Age

The prison in the age of neoliberalism is examined in this analysis by sociologist Loïc Wacquant.

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