Voices of the Youth on the 2022 Hungarian General Election
Three young voices from Hungary on the country's national election and controversial 8th national referendum on Hungary’s child protection law on April 3.
Archiving the Voices of Children – reviewing Stalin’s Niños: Educating Spanish Civil War Refugee Children in the Soviet Union, 1937-1951 by Karl D. Qualls
Katherine Leung review Karl D. Qualls' Stalin's Niños: Educating Spanish Civil War Refugee Children in the Soviet Union, 1937-1951.
June in the Caucasus: allegations of abuse swirl against a Georgian Patriarchate run orphanage
It is not a secret that children at a church-run orphanage in Georgia are being subjected to violence and sexual abuse, still there has been little to no reaction from Georgian authorites.
Don’t Touch Our Heroes! Outrage as Hungarian top arts university goes under governmental obstruction
After tightening its control of the judiciary, media and civil society organisations, the Hungarian government found its new enemy: the arts and education sector. SZFE, or the University of [...]
Perspectives 2030: revisiting the youth-led security initiative one year later
In April of 2019, a group of 22 young men and women gathered at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria to rethink and rewrite the meaning of international security. The assembly was the first in a [...]
Poland Monthly Digest: Olga Tokarczuk Is Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature and PiS Continues to Rule the Country
– On September 20th, dozens of Polish cities were occupied by youth protesting climate change as a part of the international initiative “Thousand Cities March” organized by the Youth [...]
Voices on the street: young Ukrainians on the 2019 election
The last time Ukrainians went to the polls, in 2014, the incumbent president Viktor Yanukovych had fled to Russia and Kiev was recovering from months of public protest. Oligarch Petro Poroshenko [...]