14.06.2022
Maria Montessori: A Radical Approach to Learning

Maria Montessori’s pioneering work on children’s minds offers insights into creating nurturing classrooms and societies.

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14.06.2022
Studies in Subversion: The Battle Over Higher Education in Europe

Andrea Pető and Éric Fassin on the “culture wars” and the conservative attack on academic freedom.

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14.06.2022
Romania’s (Un)Educated Youth

Ioana Banach on imagining a Romanian education system that could provide an alternative to emigration and poverty.

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07.06.2022
Striking Against the Neoliberal University

Facing unsustainable pressure and a lack of resources and decent working conditions, academics and students in the UK are taking action.

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

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?

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25.05.2022
How We Can Make Employment Work for Everyone

As the economic growth that has driven prosperity slows, we need a new concept of well-being independent of labour market conditions.

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02.05.2022
Bulgaria’s Greens: From Street Protests to Government

Bulgaria’s Green deputy prime minister is determined to put the just transition on the agenda.

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27.04.2022
For the Union Makes Us Strong: Selected Reading for Labour Day

Work has been transformed in recent years. But the fight for the recognition and dignity of all forms of work continues.

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20.04.2022
Genderphobia in Eastern Europe: Myths and Realities

Questioning the dividing line between East and West on LGBTQI+ emancipation.

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24.03.2022
Can Protests Steer Serbia Back Towards Democracy?

With parliamentary elections looming, Serbia’s political crisis has come to a head amid the economic fallout from the pandemic.

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