Croatia's Education Reform: a roller coaster

Jose Miguel Calatayud delivers the story about the battle for educational reform in Croatia from its beginning, back in 2016.


Central and Eastern Europe

Keep upright! The Cypress Park Protests in Montenegro

After three months of peaceful protests against a controversial construction project and in defense of preserving a nearly century-old cypress … Sonja Dragović



What is the Left case for open borders?

One Question is a monthly series in which the leading thinkers are asked to give a brief answer to a … Cihan Aksan, Jon Bailes


Maria Eugenia Jasińska: The Woman the Nazis Could Not Break

Not many people know the name Maria Eugenia Jasińska. This young Polish woman, who was executed by the Nazis in …



Where are the Hungarian workers?

When describing foreign workers’ conditions, the perspective of those left home is often ignored.

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 …

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? is co-run by:

The largest Central and Eastern European liberal network of institutions and activists. It consists of the online daily, a quarterly magazine, publishing house, cultural centers and activist clubs in a dozen cities in Poland (and also in Kiev and Berlin), as well as a research centre.

European Alternatives works to promote democracy, equality and culture beyond the nation-state. We imagine, demand, and enact alternatives for a viable future for Europe.