Lviv’s Equality Festival, scheduled for 19-20 March, was prevented from taking place by far-right protests. We spoke to several eyewitnesses and a citizen of Lviv about the disruption to the Festival.
Czech President Miloš Zeman doesn’t give any hope to anyone – he only fosters hopelessness.
There are many similarities between the party systems of the eleven post-communist EU member states. These patterns can be explained by various social, political and historical factors. By Roland Papp.
The Autonomous Social Centre Klinika, which occupies the building of a former clinic in Prague, has attracted a large number of supporters and was awarded a prestigious prize. Yet its future remains uncertain.
Despite the increasingly anti-democratic character of the conservative political camps, the core political division in Poland and Hungary remains stable.
Ukraine as a member state is the best protection of the European idea. The centre of Europe is on Maidan.
Magdalena Mikulak argues that Poland’s Law and Justice government’s vision of change has left little room for alternative views and values, noting that there are now legitimate concerns about the effects of these reforms on Polish society and women in particular.