L’éducation comme vecteur de réconciliation en Irlande du Nord post-conflit

23 novembre 2020 Society

16 min

Depuis sa création en 1921, l’Irlande du Nord connaît un système éducatif ségrégé dans lequel élèves protestants et catholiques évoluent pour la grande majorité dans des écoles confessionnelles et ne […]

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It’s a woman’s job to stand for her liberties

18 novembre 2020 Society

6 min

Targeting women’s rights in illiberal democracies is by no means surprising, it is part of a process. On the other hand, expecting women to be compliant in such situation is quiet astonishing. Time again, European history has proven that women’s protests have the power to induce change in politics. In Poland, the voices of women are not to be left unheard.

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Voters without Borders: an initiative to make Europeans vote

10 septembre 2020 Society

7 min

In this interview, Eyes on Europe met with members of Voters without Borders to discuss their bid in passing their citizen’s initiative and the behind the scene of making it possible.

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Civil protests in the new decade: what lessons to draw from the Italian “Sardines”

26 août 2020 Society

7 min

The last decade ended in protests. Asia, Europe, America: 2019 was the year when the civil society from all over the globe gathered against inequalities, corruption and bad governance. Some cases are more emblematic than others, like Hong Kong’s protesters. In the European panorama, the movement of the Italian Sardines has become a model of popular mobilisation. Why? Through a reflection on the peculiarities of the Italian case, this article proposes to depict possible similar scenarios in the coming years.

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Pologne: Récupération politique de la crise pour criminaliser l’avortement

10 août 2020 Society

3 min

La loi anti-avortement en Pologne est déjà une des plus restrictives d’Europe. En effet, l’avortement n’est légal que dans 3 cas : s’il y a malformation grave du fœtus, en […]

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