• Until When Are You Staying?

    By on July 10, 2014

    The economic crisis and high unemployment rate that shook Spanish society has pushed thousands of young people to cross over the borders to try to make their way into Europe. Brussels, the Belgian capital, home to hundreds of them, many of whom survive on precarious, poorly paid jobs and without social security, for those who are well-prepared.

  • Cafébabel in partnership with YO!fest

    By on May 2, 2014

    This year Cafébabel is a partner of YO!Fest. This latest and 5th edition will take place from May 9 to 11 in Strasbourg, and will be part of the European Youth Event (EYE 2014). This is an opportunity to examine the key issues affecting young people during discussions, activities and workshops run for and by young people.

  • which president for which europe?

    By on May 2, 2014

    The European elections will take place in less than a month throughout the whole of Europe, yet not all European citizens are forthcoming with interest and involvement in them. A question now arises from this situation, who is responsible? Does the lack of credibility reflect a lack of interest in the entire political establishment or is it just focused on the EU?

  • Rwanda and the Eu : commemorating dissonant memories of the genocide

    By on May 2, 2014

    Many events commemorating the Rwandan genocide of 1994 have been organized across the globe for nearly a month now and must continue to take place throughout the hundred days that the massacres lasted. Rwanda can seem like a distant country, but the legacy of the genocide has implications for Europe and Europeans while its shock wave continues to be felt.