The Greek financial crisis has been all over the news over the last weeks. However what is usually overlooked in policy discussions are the very real direct impacts on the greek population. Our interview shows the harsh conditions in greek daily life.
Month: March 2015
Multiculturalism in Malmö – Interview with Anders Hellström
Anders Hellström is a professor and a researcher at Malmö Högskola. His current studies are related to Scandinavia, with a focus on populist and nationalist parties. He studied issues related to the concept of multiculturalism with a special interest for the Sweden Democrats.
Lithuania – Next on Russia’s Bucket List?
Like other Baltic States, Lithuania has started building up its military and passed reforms to ensure that the events in Ukraine will not be repeated on Lithuanian soil. But how likely is a Russian intervention in the small Baltic state?
One Step Closer to Gender Equality
As Norwegian government passing a bill that makes military service mandatory for women, the issues of gender inequality seem to be fading
Children Memories on “Operation Allied Force” in Yugoslavia
Every armed conflict brings violence and human suffering. But what do kids do when adults are busy destroying everything around them? And what happens to the world when these kids grow up?
Gender Is Bending and We Should Embrace the Change
Having a gender that matches the ID card can seem like a small issue, but imagine explaining in your job interview, why you seem to be a girl, but have a boy’s first name. Despite a UN resolution to end these circumstances, 34 countries in Europe still discriminate transgender people. This needs to change.