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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01.02.2022
The Struggle for Equality Continues

Taking stock of some of the key shifts in social perceptions of LGBTQI+ rights as well as the ongoing battles.

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05.01.2022
Degrowth Is About Global Justice

Jason Hickel argues that only degrowth can steer the world away from its worsening ecological crisis. We sat down with him to discuss his new book and ask what degrowth would mean for relations between the Global North and South.

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17.08.2021
Fighting the Patriarchy to Save the Planet

Can identifying the strands of thought linking all forms of domination help us to better fight against them?

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26.05.2021
Promised Lands in Manfredonia: Environmental Justice Is About Democracy

A photo essay by Sofia Cherici and Federico Ambrosini tells the story of how, for one Italian town, democracy is an ongoing struggle for justice and self-determination.

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26.05.2021
There Is Life in the Party Yet

An interview on the critical infrastructure on which our democracies are built and its transformation.

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26.05.2021
Turning the Tide

As the movement that politicised the relationship between society and nature in the West, green politics is at the forefront of not just democracy’s defence, but its reinvention.

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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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03.02.2021
Where Next for Spain’s Regions?

For Spain, addressing regional tensions could go hand in hand with effective ecological transition that creates space for multiple identities to thrive.

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28.07.2020
How the German Right Reacts to Youth Climate Activism

What strategies does Alternative für Deutschland use to discredit school strikers, and why does climate mobilising generate such a strong reaction on the Right?

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