Russian feminists battle with gender stereotypes for International Women’s Day

By Lidia Kleshchenko on March 8, 2018

In Russia, a country where traditional gender stereotypes are becoming part of the national identity, feminists pulled out their wild cards for International Women’s Day. Instead of depicting women as ‘tender’ and ‘delicate’ flowers, the group of young people decided it was time for women to be appreciated for what they truly are.

Mateo Blanch: The chef who prints food

By Ana Valiente on March 7, 2018

Tools, clothes, weapons and even human body parts… 3D printing has become the 21st century’s new manufacturing technology. As expected, this somewhat futuristic world has also made its way to professional kitchens. 

[VIDEO] Can youth in the UK put an end to Brexit?

By cafébabel ES Ana Valiente on Feb. 27, 2018

While British leaders continue their tug-of-war to decide what the divorce between the UK and the EU will look like, several pro-Remain groups are uniting and trying to find a way out of this "national suicide". They want to stop the entire process and convince the population to hold a second referendum. But are their efforts going to put an end to Brexit?

London calling for Schiele censorship

By Antinea Radomska on Dec. 8, 2017

“Sorry. 100 years old but still too daring today.” London and Berlin have suddenly become quite chaste. When Vienna wanted to advertise the anniversary of iconic painter Egon Schiele with four nude paintings in Germany and the UK, both cities suddenly decided to censor art that’s a 100 years old. Too sexy for 2018? Really?