Europe

Why The Upcoming EU Parliamentary Elections Are a Feminist...

The upcoming European Parliament Elections are crucial for women's rights and gender equality, as far-right parties' increasing success...

The Streets of the Georgian Capital amidst Violent Clashes:...

Georgian lawmakers approve 'foreign agents' law, requiring media with over 20% foreign funding to register as 'organisations serving...

A Step Further towards an Illiberal Europe: Italy did not...

Italy rejected the EU Declaration on LGBTQI human rights, citing it as unbalanced, while nine other EU countries rejected the final...

The European Commission Set to Close the Rule of Law Procedure...

The European Commission plans to withdraw Article 7 TEU from Poland, marking a significant step towards a democratic European plan...

European Parliament Establishes New Rules about Violence...

The European Parliament has enacted EU rules to combat gender-based violence and domestic violence, including stronger cyberviolence...

Right-wing candidate Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova wins first...

Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova wins North Macedonia's presidential election, securing 41.1% of the vote, indicating a strong opposition...

French lawmakers divided: menstrual leave proposal hits...

France promotes telecommuting and additional day off for women experiencing painful periods, but rejected a proposed law granting...

Upcoming elections in North Macedonia

North Macedonian presidential elections are set for April 24th, involving political tensions and EU accession negotiations. The "We...

Italian far-right did it again: open doors to anti-choice...

Italy's constitution amends to allow anti-abortion associations to receive funding from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan,...

Cutro Migrant Shipwreck: Crucial Documents Disclosed

A document reveals political interference in the Summer Love shipwreck and the Draghi administration's plan to alter Coast Guard and...

2024 General Election in Croatia in a nutshell

The 2024 Croatian General Election will pit incumbent Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic against Zoran Milanovic, who seeks to replace...

Suspicious Censorship for Italian Writer Criticising the...

Italian writer Antonio Scurati accuses Rai of censorship after his monologue for National Liberation Day was removed from the show's...

Fifth Term of Presidency: Vladimir Putin claims landslide...

Putin wins 2024 Russian presidential election, longest-serving leader since Joseph Stalin, amid election fixation claims and controversial...

ECHR Ruling on Switzerland’s Failures on Climate Change...

Swiss women, KlimaSeniorinnen Schweiz, have won a landmark ECHR ruling that Switzerland failed to adequately implement climate policies,...

A Historic Decision on Climate Change and Human Rights:...

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Switzerland breached its climate change-related human rights obligations, emphasizing...

From rettore to rettrice: how the University of Trento...

The University of Trento in Italy has introduced feminine terms for all, challenging gender-based discrimination and sparked controversy,...

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