The primary objective of any law concerning sex work is promoting the welfare of sex workers. In this article, Bryan and Carolina assess the four policy approaches to sex work in Europe to identify the best ones at protecting sex workers.
The EU's decision to stop imports of Russian gas has led to surging energy prices. Some people think this will kill the European Green Deal, others think it is an opportunity to speed up the transition to renewables. In this article, Laura de Boer takes a look at both sides of the debate.
By Lena Eisenreich. After her semesters in Strasbourg, Kraków and Udine she is now writing her thesis about Youth Lobbying in Strasbourg. She holds a BA in European Business. Recently she was gathering Sales experience from the automotive industry towards Big Tech. Currently, she is involved in various think-tanks such as European Horizons as a … Continue reading DEBATE: The European Chips Act — Mission (Im) Possible?
he video games sector is constantly growing, creating new opportunities for Europeans. Esports could be the future of international sports competitions in Europe and beyond. So what is the stance towards esports in the European Union (EU)?
Interview conducted by Johanna Pieper & Paola Gosio Marcella Zandonai is an Euroculture alumni (cohort 2015-2017) from Trento, Italy. She spent her first semester at the University of Göttingen, Germany, and continued her Euroculture studies in Bilbao, Spain. After doing some volunteering, travelling in New Zealand and working for a local NGO in Trento, she … Continue reading Behind the scenes: meet the Euroculture Staff – Marcella Zandonai
Choosing, starting, or managing a project often are daunting tasks. Here are some Euroculture testimonials regarding the project management course.
In this interview, Rhys Nugent (2019-21, Göttingen-Bilbao) not only shares his experience with the 2020 IP but also gives us an insight into what studying Euroculture with a medical condition entails.
Celia Onsurbe Castellanos (2018-2020) is Spanish and studied Euroculture at the University of Göttingen, Germany and the University of Strasbourg, France. In this interview, she tells us about her IP experience in Olomouc and gives useful tips for writing the IP paper.
Thanks to the testimony of Dr. Karsten Dümmel, Hannah Rittmeyer's article plunges us into the ultra-surveilled system that was former Eastern-Germany and the trauma it left its citizens with.
In this article, Johanna Pieper shows us how a developing country like Peru has been handling the current Covid-19 pandemic.