Even though the government has denied the possibility to fully abandon the programme, the decision represents a crystal-clear stance against the EU. As reported by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, in fact, different conservative MPs have argued that the decision was taken in order “not to have their hands tied in the next negotiates with the EU”.
Ana Alhoud puts some very thoughtful words on a feeling common to most, if not all, Euroculture students... How do we manage to feel at home while always being "on the road"?
SRHR. Four letters that have a very significant weight on political debate all around the world. Between religion, human rights, and protection of women, where does the European Union stand nowadays? Agnese Olmati shares her critical perspective on the matter.
It takes centuries to build the history of a country. It takes only a few events to see this same country shift from one direction to another. From democracy to populism, or worse, to dictatorship. Guilherme Becker writes about his impressions and memories after visiting the Stasi Gefängnis in Berlin.
Nemanja Milosevic reviews four recent TV shows (from Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Morocco, Italy, Germany and Spain!) that prove the landscape of European television programmes is being renewed, becoming as relevant as film productions. Warning: this article might trigger some binge-watching behaviour.
What could make our leaders tackle climate change efficiently, once and for all? While 'Fridays For Future' protests spread in various European countries, Jelmer Herms highlights yet another argument: the exciting Elfstedentocht!
The Euroculturer shares with you an exclusive insight into the Venezuelan crisis, as seen from a Colombian perspective. Indeed, this country is on the front line of the ongoing conflict, which shows once again the limits of our international organisations, according to Nicolás Javier Pedraza Garcia.
Recently, the EU Copyright Directive made the headlines, mostly focusing on its negative impact on the free use of internet. Jelmer Herms sheds light on what makes this directive a failure for the EU Commission as a democratic institution.
Besides the Research Track, the Euroculture MA offers the possibility to do an internship during the third semester. Today, we are featuring Mathilde Soubeyran, who went to Scotland! Read more about her experience at the European Commission Representation there.
Thinking about doing a research track at a non-EU partner university of the Euroculture consortium? Today, we’re featuring Osaka University in Japan! Learn more about their research track directly from students who just came back from their 3rd semester there!