World TV day 2021

Fri 19/11/2021

Much has changed since 12 January 1926, when John Logie Baird demonstrated the first TV system in London. Television has taken the world by storm since, influencing the way we access news, entertainment and sports. […]

The LOUD killer

Fri 12/11/2021

Any unwanted, excessive sound is noise – and a public health issue Loud music in a bar or restaurant? A car driving around with loud, thumping music? A neighbour’s all-night party, ignoring the other people’s […]

EVN 60th anniversary

Mon 18/10/2021

A European success story , a personal perspective 10:55 CET EVC roll call: I was told to listen and take notes, then ask Geneva permission to speak and make our offer, covering some event in […]

Press Freedom

Sun 17/10/2021

Press freedom preserves the freedom of expression, while it underpins other freedoms. It’s the watchdog that, when done right, drags into the open the dirty secrets of the rich, corrupt and and the powerful – the Panama papers and the latest Pandora papers bear witness to the skill of the rich and powerful to cover their tracks, but also of investigative journalists to follow their tracks and expose their crimes. […]

Nobel Peace Prize 2021

Sat 16/10/2021

“Free, independent and fact-based journalism serves to protect against abuse of power, lies and war propaganda” The Nobel Committee

Muslim Voters and the European Left | Foreign Affairs

Fri 09/03/2018

The refugee crisis has highlighted a strategic problem for Europe’s left: how to approach immigration and immigrant voters without driving away their working-class base. … The central problem for the European left is this: the […]

The Economist | Helios’s crystal

Sat 03/02/2018

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