Artifacts on display at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk paint a powerful pluralist picture of war experiences. But the museum’s future is currently in jeopardy.
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.
The ongoing Moldova’s movement is a response to urgent domestic social problems that have been inappropriately cast in the available language of geopolitics.
In the past few years, Athens became a place where refugees seeking a better future in Europe got stuck. Przemysław Witkowski gives a detailed insight in their world of despair, chaos, and misery.
It seems to be out of discussion that the new monetary exchange relations brought their own forms of discipline and subordination, to which the economic discourse is entirely blind.