As the polls open for the European Parliament elections, three gender-equality ministers and state secretaries put feminism at the top of the electoral agenda.
Columns & Interviews
by Jochen Steinhilber on
Earlier this month, the leader of the youth section of the German SPD ruffled feathers with his call for an ‘attractive utopia’ as an alternative to capitalism.
by Firat Cengiz on
There is a clear case for making gender equality a more visible part of the EU budgetary process.
by Stan De Spiegelaere on
Democracy at work has many benefits but above all it is a matter of human dignity.
by Eva Joly on
An outgoing green MEP reflects on a decade of working for tax justice in the European Parliament and the challenges for her successors.
by Paul Mason on
What makes the 21st century city the harbinger of a postcapitalist world is that for the first time in modern history the network can transcend the market.
by Peter Scherrer on
In our ‘Europe2025’ series, setting the agenda for the EU in the new term following the coming elections, Peter Scherrer outlines a project for rethinking Europe from a trade-union perspective.
by Daphne Halikiopoulou on
Conventional wisdom is that the rise of the far-right populists is down to a popular cultural backlash. What’s really happened is they have broadened their support through a civic-nationalist narrative.
by Robert Skidelsky on
To manage the latest wave of automation, we must have ends that are more compelling than merely wanting more products and services.
by Nicoletta Pirozzi on
There is a widespread sense of a crisis of representation in Europe. Can a platform for crowdfunding and volunteering support political innovation?