Under Attack: Reproductive Rights in Poland

With parliamentary elections only days away, the stakes are high for Polish reproductive rights activists.


Czech Republic, Slovakia

Abortions, amnesties and accusations: September in Czech and Slovak politics

September sees protests in the Czech Republic and a fight over abortion in Slovakia.


Reporting, World

The Balkans: Stuck Between Migrations

Two seventeen-year-old boys, originally from Iran, stand motionless in front of a police vehicle in the wasteland near the Croatian … Davor Konjikušić


Doomed to Failure: Orban’s neoconservative family policies in Hungary

Despite the spread of patriarchal, neoconservative politics in Central Europe, the last years have also brought a growing awareness of …


European Union, Reporting

The Athens container archipelago

*This is the final part of a series, available to read here. Eliniko has become a symbol of the many …

Meet the Trump supporters from the Deep South: How I didn’t shoot Kim Jong-un

Our reporter, Dawid Krawczyk, flew to the southern American state of Georgia to better understand the people who pushed Trump to the presidency. Who are these people? How do they imagine their future? Is Trump’s America the country of their dreams? And most importantly, what caused pious southerners to vote for a bombastic Northerner?

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?

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