Community theatre group Molodyi teatr questions and deconstructs what it means to be an East European migrant in London.
The language of mass migration and invasion produces morally and politically charged terms that create fear, which does not enable us to think rationally, calmly, and morally about the refugee crisis.
On the normality and exception of the refugee crisis in Vienna.
Thomas Wallerberger on the situation in the Traiskirchen camp and Austrian reactions to the increasing number of refugees entering the country.
The situation of refugees in Hungary shows the lack of a truly democratic understanding of the European community.
Europe’s continued inaction over increased migration flows into Italy and Greece goes right to the core of its founding principles.
Pavlensky is a man you may remember for nailing his scrotum to the Red Square, wrapping himself up in barbed wire or cutting off his earlobe. Each of these actions is thought through and well designed, though.