Africa seeks Europe’s support to invest in ecological transition

Africa seeks Europe’s support to invest in ecological transition


Africa is the continent that contributes least to climate change, yet it is impacted more harshly than others and lacks support to innova ...
Belgium looks towards ‘cautious’ relaxations, with hospitality sector to open on 8 May

Belgium looks towards ‘cautious’ relaxations, with hospitality sector to open on 8 May


Belgium’s Consultation Committee on Wednesday (14 April) decided to ‘cautiously’ loosen certain COVID-19 restrictions, including lifting ...
The Problem Science Has With Money, Media and Politics

The Problem Science Has With Money, Media and Politics


In a fascinating interview with The Guardian’s Andrew Anthony, media-friendly physicist Michio Kaku reveals more than he may have intended about bo ...
Germany’s far-right AfD firms up election strategy with EU exit and anti-lockdown campaign

Germany’s far-right AfD firms up election strategy with EU exit and anti-lockdown campaign


Germany’s far-right AfD party vowed to campaign for an end to COVID-19 restrictions, a tougher line on migration and an exit from the EU ...
The Far Right Co-opts Guy Fawkes

The Far Right Co-opts Guy Fawkes


The far right have a habit of co-opting symbols and visual iconography originally used by other movements, oftentimes those holding opposing ideolo ...
German Greens mull top candidate for landmark post-Merkel election

German Greens mull top candidate for landmark post-Merkel election


The German Greens will decide later this month which of their two co-leaders to put forward as their candidate to succeed Chancellor Ange ...
MBS Seeks Redemption With Neom in Saudi Arabia

MBS Seeks Redemption With Neom in Saudi Arabia


Despite rumors to the contrary due to the somewhat soiled reputation of a leader better known for, according to US intelligence, commanding the mur ...
The Brief, powered by bp – Dress rehearsal elections

The Brief, powered by bp – Dress rehearsal elections


As Bulgarians gear up for a general election on Sunday (4 April), the crucial issue – or risk, for some – is whether Boyko Borissov, who ...
Rise of nationalist parties threatens to stall progress on race discrimination in Belgium

Rise of nationalist parties threatens to stall progress on race discrimination in Belgium


In 2021, Belgium will mark 40 years since the national Anti-Racism Act was passed. However, despite efforts to combat racism and ethnic d ...
Czech government defies intelligence warnings over Russia’s Rosatom

Czech government defies intelligence warnings over Russia’s Rosatom


The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscrib ...
German school system still holds back children of migrants, experts say

German school system still holds back children of migrants, experts say


In Germany, how well a child does in school is closely linked to their parental background, with immigrants and their children particular ...
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