Brexit: Scotland stays?
Jul07

Brexit: Scotland stays?

On June 23rd, 51.9% of voters in the UK voted to leave the EU. In Scotland, 62% voted to remain. The result has sparked political, economic, social and constitutional turmoil in the UK. In Scotland, there has been a strong political and public reaction both against the result and the tone of the campaign. And now, the question of Scottish independence has again been raised.

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Dreams beyond the border
Dec27

Dreams beyond the border

Athens, Greece (November 2014)

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Borderlands
Dec11

Borderlands

Melilla, Morocco/Spain (May 1st, 2014)

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"Eat like a queen for free" – dumpster diving and wasteful consumer culture
Nov11

"Eat like a queen for free" – dumpster diving and wasteful consumer culture

More than 50% of produced food is wasted and some urban “divers” search for this waste. They explore dark courtyards of supermarkets and lay the dining table with the eatable content of trash bins.

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“Eat like a queen for free” – dumpster diving and wasteful consumer culture
Nov11

“Eat like a queen for free” – dumpster diving and wasteful consumer culture

More than 50% of produced food is wasted and some urban “divers” search for this waste. They explore dark courtyards of supermarkets and lay the dining table with the eatable content of trash bins.

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Resisting oppression behind bars
Oct30

Resisting oppression behind bars

After the instauration of the communist regime in Romania, political activists, priests and intellectuals were imprisoned as “enemies of the people” . Here is the testimony of one of these “enemies” – the 90 year-old priest and former political prisoner Nicholas Bordașiu. Remembering the period of his detention, Bordașiu talks about everyday resistance behind bars in the face of brutal oppression and how to form a community of culture and spirituality against forced “re-education”.

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