Navigating a rapidly transforming economy and society after the fall of communism wasn’t always easy. Films and TV series could offer something of a how-to guide.
Could Slovakia Elect A (Somewhat) Progressive President?
A year after the murder of an investigative journalist Ján Kuciak, a Slovak politician, lawyer and anti-corruption activist Zuzana Čaputová has suddenly surged into the lead in opinion polls to become country’s next president.
The rise and fall of the Polish anti-vaccination movement
Who’s behind the Polish anti-vaccination movement?
Junkies ride buses and prick children with syringes. Who’s against vaccination in Czechia?
In the communist period, Czech vaccination policy was top-down and paternalistic. Despite its successes, it was openly undemocratic. Today some people are challenging this legacy and demanding a more individualised approach to healthcare.
Under Assault: Class and Gender in Bulgaria and Europe Today
The following interview was conducted by Hannah Schultes with three of the members of LevFem, Zhivka Valiavicharska, Neda Genova, Raia Apostolova – a newly …
Croatia’s Education Reform: a roller coaster
Editor’s note: By publishing 36 curricula in the Official Gazette last month, the Ministry of Science and Education formally carried …
Keep upright! The Cypress Park Protests in Montenegro
After three months of peaceful protests against a controversial construction project and in defense of preserving a nearly century-old cypress …