08.03.2019
“Doomed to Failure”: Orbán’s Neoconservative Family Policies in Hungary

The Eurozine editor-in-chief talks women’s rights in Hungary under Orbán’s illiberal regime and its pro-family policies.

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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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13.11.2018
Solidarity Beyond the Headlines – Social Economies in Central and Eastern Europe

An interview with social movements researcher Agnes Gagyi on the solidarity economy in Romania and Hungary.

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17.10.2018
The Progressive Package: Getting Unions Behind Basic Income

An interview with Yannick Vanderborght on why trade unions oppose basic income and whether we can expect that to change.

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17.10.2018
Green Observatory: Basic Income

The Green European Journal asked experts, activists, and politicians from around Europe about the politics of basic income where they are.

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17.10.2018
Basic Income: Insights from Finland

As the Finnish experiment draws to a close, social policy expert Heikki Hiilamo explains what’s next for basic income in Finland.

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10.10.2018
The New Urban Crisis: Beyond the Superstar City

Richard Florida’s critical assessment of inequality within and between cities diagnoses the problem, but fails to offer real answers.

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11.09.2018
“Populism is pro-social”: Trade Unions in a Changing Europe

An interview on the 21st-century challenges facing the trade union movement, from energy transition to new forms of work.

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24.08.2018
The New Urban Crisis: A Manifesto for the Status Quo

Growing inequality has become a hallmark of many cities. For this reviewer, Richard Florida’s latest book is a worrying prescription for more of the same.

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30.07.2018
Green Observatory: Drug Policy

From the War on Drugs to health, are changes in attitudes to drugs being reflected in policies around Europe?

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