Published September 21, 2017

The Fear of Russia

How EU Support Failed in Moldova

Journey 2017
Published September 21, 2017

Syrian family flees one war only to face a new battle in Bulgaria

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Activism Rises Following Trump’s Election

As populism seems to rise around the world, a new wave of activists march through Philadelphia.

by Erin Moran
Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Death in war doesn't choose gender

There is another war taking place besides the war against Russian-backed separatists in the east of Ukraine - a war of the "Invisible battalion" against discrimination in the Armed Forces.

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Victims of scapegoating: How the anti-migrant campaigns affected the immigrants of Hungary

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Leaking Lithuania

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

A Different Kind of Border Wall

President Trump’s proposed budget cuts would erect an insurmountable barrier for low-income families trying to escape the cycle of poverty along the Texas-Mexico border.

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Lithuanian MEPs: easy to hide, hard to seek

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

One Man’s Faith In the Czech Donald Trump

By Jan Indra

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Hero students of past and present

A student’s fight for democracy in his country

Marc is his parents’ offspring in every possible way. Even from a young age, he proved himself courageous in speaking his mind and fighting against injustice. Inspired by his parents’ activism in 1989, the Romanian student marched with other fellow students from Cluj-Napoca to Bucharest, to participate in the movements that gathered over 500.000 protesters against Romanian public officials.
Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Nord Stream 2 drives Poland into a corner

by Dawid Pych

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

An actress and a Cat

The story of one ukrainian signalwoman

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

When a Mascot Becomes a Politician

21 year-old internet star seeks election to became the youngest member of the Czech parliament

Kirill Sceblykin
Published September 20, 2017

Starting from Scratch

By: Mariya Redzhova

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Populist or just popular: The rise of the Corbyn phenomenon 

Pop and politics don’t always go hand in hand. As the Labour leader is enjoying his ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ moment Alice Broster investigates whether it is accurate to call him a populist or whether this is a dangerous tactic used to discredit him.

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Scots’ hopes that Brexit could break up Britain have fallen flat

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

No to Bribes, Yes to Payments

Ukraine Is Split Over Healthcare Reform

Published in Journey 2017
Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Muslim women as a target of Islamophobia

Journey 2017
Published September 20, 2017

Integrate us: How food helps refugees feel at home in Austria

With the refugees crisis which stirred up Austria in 2015, the country tries to integrate immigrants and create conditions for the common living and working of almost 30 000 foreigners.

With refugees crisis which stirred up Austria in 2015, the country tries to integrate emigrants and create conditions for the common living and work of almost 30 000 kindred foreigners.
Journey 2017