Female artists from Ukraine and other post-Soviet spaces challenge the hierarchical structure of the art world with their embroidery and textile works.
Many Polish citizens are beginning to feel frustrated with the current right-wing government after ten teachers have been forced to go through disciplinarian hearings.
“We are the victims, we want recognition.”
Russian MPs had to choose between domestic violence and human rights standards. They chose ‘traditional values’.
These Chechen women are falling foul of changing attitudes on the EU’s eastern border, but they have made the railway station in Brest an unlikely piece of home in Belarus.
The demonization of ‘gender ideology’ has become a key rhetorical tool in the construction of a new conception of ‘common sense’ for a wide audience.
Interview with Barbara Blaine, the president of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP)