“People are opposing it in a very vivid way”: an interview with a Polish protester and abortion rights activist

Since 2016, tens of thousands of Polish citizens have been protesting in favour of the liberalization of abortion rights, the so called Black Protests. No one expected that Polish society would be so responsive, yet it happened, and showed that … Continue reading “People are opposing it in a very vivid way”: an interview with a Polish protester and abortion rights activist

Orbán grants political asylum and prominent university is forced to relocate

– The end of October saw rising tensions on the Bosnian-Croatian border, where Croatian police were refusing migrants from Asia and Africa to enter into the European Union. As a result, Hungarian military has increased its presences along Hungary’s southern … Continue reading Orbán grants political asylum and prominent university is forced to relocate

Diplomatic tensions with Ukraine continues and Erdogan visits Budapest

– “Sport is the shared language of Central Europe”: on September 27th, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán inaugurated the TSC Football Academy in Topolya/Bačka Topola in Serbia, which was launched with a 9.5 million-Euros donation from the Hungarian Football Federation. … Continue reading Diplomatic tensions with Ukraine continues and Erdogan visits Budapest

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Lands of settled government: Poland and what really matters for the rule of law

The Polish Government’s ongoing quarrel with the European Commission over changes to the Polish judicial system has attracted widespread attention and condemnation of the ruling Law and Justice Party’s (PiS) actions. Across Europe, the public is increasingly being prompted by … Continue reading Lands of settled government: Poland and what really matters for the rule of law