• Daniela Iezzi: Busking in the pursuit of happiness

    By on Oct. 2, 2017

    Daniela Iezzi defines herself through her choices. This young Italian started playing music in the streets of Berlin, and later started travelling throughout Europe to spread the love. Playing music in the streets taught her how to cope with heartbreak and allowed her to heal emotionally. Not thanks to the act itself, but thanks to the people she met. 

  • EUCO: common approach over sovereignty? 

    By on Sept. 24, 2015

    "Proper management and control" of Europe's external borders as the EU common responsibility was the highlight of the measures agreed during the Informal meeting of the Heads of State or Government, on the 23rd September. President of the European Council Donald Tusk stressed that it is unfair to put all the burden on Italy or Greece, bringing up the matter of national sovereignty.

  • Spreading laughter: clowns without borders

    By on Aug. 20, 2015

    Bad news is around us every day: natural disasters, civil wars, conflict zones... The need for humanitarian aid in terms of food or medicine is extremely high. But how to cure psychological pain? Cafébabel met with Kevin Brooking, co-founder of Clowns et Magiciens sans frontières (CWB-Belgium), who talked to us about bringing a smile to the faces of people who need it the most.

  • Creative Mornings Brussels: (R)evolution begins with breakfast

    By on June 30, 2015

    Are you out of inspiration? Do you feel like you could use some food for thought? What if one day you woke up and instead of heading off straight for work or to uni, you took a detour for free coffee and pains du chocolat and for a mini expert talk to pump you up for the day? Not a morning person? Me neither. But just giving it a go seemed worthwhile.