As a participant in February’s Global Intern Strike in Brussels, Amina Kussainova takes a hard look at unpaid internships.
With the UK leaving the EU, can English continue as an acceptable working language after Brexit?
James Leigh brings us on a tour of the divided city of Mitrovica, where an old bridge becomes a new divide and heightens tensions in a city caught between countries.
In its first podcast, The Euroculturer tackles terrorism and society in the aftermath of several horrifying attacks in Europe .
What does it mean to be a European citizen? The realities of EU citizenship and the nationalism problem of Europe
What does being a citizen of the European Union mean? What rights, what obligations? And is it incompatible with national identity? Elizabete Skrastina explains the ins and outs of EU citizenship.
Scotland – are you ready for more? Scotland on course for second independence vote after Brexit: Notes from a Lonely Island #4
In the wake of the Brexit vote, another referendum could split the UK with Scottish nationalists pushing for another independence vote. Emily Burt shows us the fault lines in the lonely island.
Arnab Dutta invites us to explore India’s Little Europe, where the colonial settlements vied for dominance and cultural supremacy.
Eoghan Hughes examines the promises, pledges and pitfalls surrounding the UK’s immigration policy in a post-Brexit reality.
Bastian Bayer introduces us to the contestants in this game and gives us insight into the rise of Martin Schulz.
Emily Burt guides us through Brexit Britain “On the day Nigel Farage attempted to drown Bob Geldof with a water cannon, I genuinely believed I was witnessing one of the most baffling moments of British history. The months since have only shown how wrong I was. Welcome to Brexit Britain – the weirdest and loneliest island in the world.”