10.08.2022
The Human Cost of Outsourcing Europe’s Border Controls

A deadly crush on the EU’s southern border should be a turning point, yet authorities are doubling down on their hard-line approach.

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05.07.2022
Cultivating Authoritarianism: Orbán’s Political Education Project

Beneath the facade of reforms, Orbán’s education policies deepen inequalities and place schools at the whims of Fidesz’ power.

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14.06.2022
Decolonising Belgium’s Oldest University

Student-led action is putting the challenge of decolonisation to KU Leuven and giving marginalised students a voice.

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03.06.2022
What Overturning Roe v Wade Means for the USA and Beyond

Reversing the 1973 precedent for abortion rights isn’t a return, but a rupture for American society and beyond.

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26.05.2021
A State of Disrepair: Democracy in the United Kingdom

The government has exploited cultural issues to the detriment of democratic rights and norms, putting already vulnerable groups further at risk.

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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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18.09.2020
Anti-Racist Politics in Practice: Greens and Black Lives Matter

Green parties are vocal advocates of racial justice, but does the rhetoric match the reality?

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30.11.2017
Architectural Exclusion: Race and Class in the City

The layout and design of our cities excludes certain people from certain places and opportunities.

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01.04.2017
‘Sweet Dreams and Beautiful Nightmares’: Why Security is a Black and Brown Issue

The term ‘security’ is used as though it were neutral, but in fact it is underpinned by assumptions and prejudice, with some regarded as worthy of protection while ‘others’ are seen as threatening.

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05.02.2015
Tolerating Intolerance

An old friend once told me that being a decent person means having a guilty conscience. And there is enough to feel guilty about as 2015 unfolds. Ethical uncertainty over how a liberal society should deal with the intolerant has become strikingly evident following the murders of four French Jews in a kosher grocery and twelve editors and staff members of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine located in Paris, by partisans of al-Qaeda and, its rival, ISIS.

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