That the media doesn’t seem to care much about the impact of Brexit on EU citizens is sad news for everybody who believes in the free movement of people, the exchange of talent and the mutual support Europeans should give each other.)
It’s no accident that so many women are engaged in the struggle for nuclear disarmament and peace. Women traditionally take on the job of repairing the world after war. -- Beatrice Fihn, winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize)
Halla Tómasdóttir is pushing Iceland to the top of the gender equality index. When she ran for president, little girls hugged her posters at bus stops. Though she lost by a narrow margin, she celebrated like a winner.)
Hungary spent most of the last decades trying to integrate into the West, but is this still what Hungarians want? Independent MP Zsuzsanna Szelenyi sheds light on some concerns following Viktor Orban's victory.)
Tarja Halonen was called godless, a lesbian and a "girl", but she became president of Finland anyway. Or perhaps being a radical was exactly what helped her succeed? The former Lady President explains.)
The loss of freedom in the digital age seemed inevitable even before the Cambridge Analytica leak. But now, Europe can use the scandal as an opportunity to create an alternative to Silicon Valley monopolies and Chinese state surveillance.)
Scientists and governments are beginning to understand the devastating effects of loneliness. As two European nations pioneer programs to alleviate the isolation of their seniors, other countries would do well to watch and learn.)
Women in Israel enjoy full empowerment, strict gender segregation and everything in between. Is a common standard of gender equality possible in Israel’s diverse religious and cultural landscape? Editors from P. See magazine share an insider's view.)
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