The recognition of untold colonial stories is indeed a good step towards the evolution of colonial discourses. However, a lot remains to be done. Empathy and sensitivity are values that should stand as the foundation of respectful interactions in society, but are lacking in present-day colonial discourse.
In a world that suffers with lack of consent, Maeva Chargros writes about the right paths that people should take concerning this polemic and delicate topic.
At the end of March, Turkey has held its municipal elections and the final results might lead to some future substantial changes. French-Turkish student Sumeyye Hancer writes on what she has observed on it.
As the yellow vests movement continues in France, Euroculturer student Ismail El Muttaki writes his impressions after seeing a "gilets jaunes" demonstration in Strasbourg.
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.
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.
Is press freedom in danger in Europe? Following the recent developments, we might want to reconsider our behaviour towards the media... before it's too late.
What does the current trading strategy of the EU and China teach us? Which improvements could be considered in the future? Between politics and economy, it is hard to find the right balance sometimes!
What lessons should we draw from the 70 years that passed since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights became a founding milestone of the United Nations? From Enlightened Universe to the Cairo Declaration, the current situation is rather contrasted.