A radical change is taking place. Cities around Europe – through platforms, movements and international networks – are creating paths for citizens to participate in and influence politics directly.
A number of cities and municipalities all over Europe have already declared their readiness to welcome refugees, including cities in Central Europe, be it for demographic or other reasons. This could mark a turning point and the deepening decentralisation of the EU, avoiding a tendency towards centralisation, as well as renationalisation.
What are the roles of the art institutions in contemporary societies? What are their abilities to react and intervene in the so-called “refugee crisis”? Watch the video from the Art Real debate held in Gothenburg.
Their service reaches the most disadvantaged group among people who use drugs. Meet the team who runs mobile harm reduction services in Warsaw.
Talk Real presents ‘Talk Real – Art Real’, a series of episodes about artistic projects and social practices from grassroots movements that aim to counteract the dominant discourses of crisis and threat in the so-called “refugee crisis”.
Just how deep is Russia’s involvement in Central and Eastern European politics?
Citizens of Brno (“Brno blokuje”) block the March of far right extremists (DSSS). Brno, Czech Republic