People who are addicted in Romania, especially the poor, receive little of the support they’d need to get better and are at a constant risk of overdose.
Standing next to the Rhein-Herne canal in Gelsenkirchen, northwest Germany, one can paint a mental picture of the future hip …
The European Union has made efforts in the last decade to adopt ambitious climate and energy policies, but at every turn, Poland has positioned itself as the ‘bad boy’ of the bloc by repeatedly resisting agreements.
Claudia Ciobanu analyzes the parallels between the recent elections in Romania and the Polish political scene.
Interview with Sonia Priwieziencew, organic farmer and activist. Priwieziencew works at Fundacja Agrinatura which promotes organic agriculture in Poland and grows vegetables and fruit trees on her own organic farm.
Protest movements in Bulgaria and Romania have taken different paths to address similar issues.