Strategic partners

The largest Central and Eastern European liberal network of institutions and activists. It consists of the online daily, a quarterly magazine, publishing house, cultural centers and activist clubs in a dozen cities in Poland (and also in Kiev and Berlin), as well as a research centre.


European Alternatives works to promote democracy, equality and culture beyond the nation-state. We imagine, demand, and enact alternatives for a viable future for Europe.


A2 is a Czech progressive bi-weekly cultural magazine. It offers 32 pages about literature, film, art, theatre, music, and politics. Its online platform, A2larm, provides daily political and cultural commentaries, news, essays, and interviews. It is involved in various forms of social activism.

Balkanist is an experimental, bilingual platform featuring politics, analysis, culture, and criticism for a smart international audience underwhelmed by what is currently on offer. Our aim is to provide bold, uncompromising coverage of the Balkan region and everything to its East. It is entirely independent, self- and reader-funded, and are not affiliated with any organization, company, or government institution.

Spanish for ‘context’- was launched as an online magazine in 2015, with Noam Chomsky as its honorary president. Contexto’s mission is simply to restore the best of the old press, particularly as a tool for the public good, which its founders feel has been lost in Spain due to increasing levels political and corporate influence.  Among Contexto’s founders are long-time editors, foreign correspondents, reporters and writers from Spain’s top-notch publications. The magazine, edited by veteran El País Rome, Lisbon and Paris correspondent Miguel Mora, is committed to contextualizing the news that are too often consumed frantically, as well as to anticipating the big issues that will set the agenda and promote a dynamic public debate.

Internazionale is an Italian weekly magazine founded in Rome in 1993. It has built a reputation as a magazine of reference in a country where international news is often neglected. The magazine regularly publishes articles and opinion from globally known writers and intellectuals like Amira Hass, Zuhair Al-Jezairy, Noam Chomsky, Maksim Cristan, Christopher Hitchens, Nick Hornby and Paul Kennedy.

Kettős Mérce is a left-wing activist website devoted to Hungarian and international politics, with a special focus on issues related to equality, solidarity, social rights and disenfranchised people. It is involved in activist-based mobilization and in the support of progressive social movements.

La Grieta is a non-profit cultural platform that seeks to promote a space for young peoples’ expression and creativity in Spain, disseminating it from different disciplines.

openDemocracy is an independent global media platform publishing up to 60 articles a week and attracting over 8 million visits per year. Through reporting and analysis of social and political issues, openDemocracy seeks to challenge power and encourage democratic debate across the world.

Pole is an independent blog that brings together various left-wing platforms and commentators in Slovakia. Pole aims at broadening public discourse and contributing to the debate on key social issues that are not covered by the mainstream media.

PC Ukraine is a young media outlet in Ukraine and sees its mission in disseminating academic and popular science, as well as journalistic articles.

The Press Project is an independent Greek media outlet funded entirely by reader donations.

Senso Comune aims to build a network of citizens that work towards new political proposals that will serve the majority and liberate it from the whims of the oligarchies that have brought Italy to a deep economic and social crisis.

Pikara Magazine is a quality journalism platform publishing articles with a gender perspective, featuring people and stories that rarely appear in the media. They treat and cover all social and cultural issues. Incisive, inclusive, committed, transgressive and enjoyable.


AthensLive is a non-profit, independent, on-the-ground source of news, stories, and images from Athens and throughout Greece.

Hulala is a Francophone news website about central Europe founded in 2009 in Budapest. Its purpose is to inform on the social, political and cultural events in Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia, by taking both a comprehensive and didactic approach to reporting. We aim to think outside the essentialist box gangrened by nationalist politics, to support democratic debate. is a publication on European affairs seeking to inform and entertain active citizens and to foster dialogue on current challenges across the continent and beyond.

CriticAtac is a group of social, intellectual and political critique founded in Bucharest in 2010. One of our main aims is to come up with something new in a rather stale, inarticulate, and authoritative public space.


Novara Media is an independent media organisation addressing the issues – from a crisis of capitalism to racism and climate change – that are set to define the 21st century. Within that context our goal is a simple one: to tell stories and provide analysis shaped by the political uncertainties of the age, elevating critical perspectives you’re unlikely to find elsewhere.

Isles of the Left is a contribution to the public debate on the changes Malta is experiencing at the moment and their social consequences.

The Green European Journal is an editorially independent publication of the Green European Foundation. Its printed editions, released two times a year, take an in-depth look at topics from a range of different perspectives. The Journal also publishes analysis, debates, and interviews on its website year round, linked to current affairs and general topics of significance to the European green movement.
The European Cultural Foundation is a Netherlands-based independent cultural foundation. Its mission is to “make a tangible impact on civil society, citizen initiatives, public opinion and policy proposals to combat the fragmenting forces jeopardising peace and social progress in Europe”.