Precarious Europe: the mag covering everything from Brexit to Grexit 

By Katha Kloss on July 2, 2015

“A generation’s experiences” reads the tagline of this brand new journalism startup launched by 3 freelancers in Southern Europe 6 months ago. Despite the negative stance that comes with a title including ‘precarity’, Niki Seth-Smith, one of the founders, is enthusiastic. From Athens the young Brit chats with us about precarious lifestyles and new political winds from the left.

A Greek tragedy retold (with Playmobil)

By Matthieu Amaré on July 1, 2015

In recent months, he has recounted the Greek crisis on his Facebook page with the use of Playmobil. Plasticobilism or Nikos Papadopoulos in real life, is a 36-year-old Thessaloniki-based artist "concerned by the present and the future of his country" and who decided to illustrate life in Athens with his children's toys.

Opinion: the #Greferendum insults direct democracy

By Elina Makri on July 1, 2015

We have faced the last few days comtemplating the BIG question posed by our government, and I am filled with complete horror, anger and disappointment. First of all, the question itself. How can we answer 'For' or 'Against' a proposal which is no longer on the table by the European Commission?

Cargonomia: Hungary's economic alternative

By Marianne Delaforge on June 22, 2015

Dembinszky street in Budapest has been a curiosity for several months : the bottom of a small courtyard is forging a new path towards a different vision of society. This is Cargonomia, the result of a search for other, better, ways to live together. An interview with Vincent Liegey, a co-founder of the project.