Southern Cities: A Democratic Renaissance

Anti-austerity protesters across Southern Europe — many who had never been involved with politics before — have decided to try and turn their protests into a democratic alternative to the status quo.

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

Hungary

Behind Viktor Orbán’s Surprise Defeat

Weakened by 9 years of authoritarian rule and a lack of resources, the opposition was able to show that even small successes can lay the foundations for the future.

BEYOND THE NATION STATE

Reporting, World

The Balkans: Stuck Between Migrations

Two seventeen-year-old boys, originally from Iran, stand motionless in front of a police vehicle in the wasteland near the Croatian … Davor Konjikušić

Events

Transeuropa Caravans 2019: The roads to European democracy

European Alternatives, Krytyka Polityczna and partners are looking for motivated people to join the team of the Transeuropa Caravans that …

REPORTERS IN THE FIELD: THE ANTI-VACCINE MOVEMENT

Lisbon voices for the right to the city

Neoliberalism is shaping cities as places for tourism, gentrifying and dismantling the cooperative environment of the neighborhoods. Activists in Lisbon …
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Network 4 Debate

What are the common problems faced by Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, what is their wider context and are there solutions for the future?

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