Why do we study abroad? A Britain-based case study.

Studying abroad is a large part of the student experience, particularly in Britain, with approximately 39 percent of all students expressing some interest in...

Support for populist parties on the rise

Amidst terrorist attacks, European integration, globalization, and a large number of migrants entering into Europe, right-wing populist parties have established a strong foundation within...

EU threats may polarise Poland

Poland faces pressure from the EU after ignoring warnings to back down on judiciary reforms, which are deemed undemocratic and a violation of the rule of law. But EU efforts to defend democratic...

Islamophobia Popular in Netherlands

According to a recent study conducted by the European Agency for Fundamental Rights, the Netherlands is currently ranked as the second worst place to...
The headquarter of Nordea is moving to Helsinki.

Nordea’s responsibility lies with the Nordic brotherhood

The largest bank of the Nordic region, Nordea, is moving its headquarters to Helsinki from Stockholm. With a balance dwarfing the economy of Finland,...

What the Reformation of the Dutch Environmental Act Entails for Citizens

For Dutch citizens, changes made in environmental legislation means that more responsibility for protecting and preserving the environment will fall upon them. In 2019...

Exploitation at every parking lot

The mechanism seems easy: workers from the Eastern European countries make their way to the west to earn money. That could be seen as...

Croatia’s EU membership causing ‘brain drain’

  Croatia, the most recent member state to join the European Union, is seeing thousands of young people leave the country in search of...

THE NEGLECTED RIGHTS OF UNDOCUMENTED REFUGEES IN AMSTERDAM

The World House is a special place in Amsterdam filled with exuberant chatter and the smell of steaming hot stew. Run by volunteers, it...

Despite good rates: Czech youth employment can quickly fall

The Czech Republic has the lowest youth unemployment rates in the EU. However, a Czech expert warns that the tendency is only temporary and...