César Dezfuli is a freelance photographer who decided this summer to turn his camera on Jugend Rettet, an NGO operating out of the ship Iuventa that rescues migrants who try to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Benjamin Franklin said that "wine makes daily living easier". Wise words indeed. What's more, you don't need to take out a second mortgage to make your own life easier: you just need to know where, and how, to find the perfect bottle of vino.
"Nobody is so poor he has nothing to give, and nobody is so rich he has nothing to receive." This month we've been traveling throughout Europe in search of people whose summer is synonymous with altruism. This has come to make the trip to Tenerife and meet Elena.
The Spanish general elections have made two things clear: the Spanish people will have to continue to wait for a functioning government, and when it comes to politics the generational divide between Spain's young and old is as wide as ever. Sound familiar, Britain?
Kialatok, a Parisian social enterprise, offers a new way of combatting the stereotypes that are attached to diverse backgrounds and cultures. Its secret ingredient: cooking workshops led by people with no qualifications but plenty of talent, who have all been the victim of discrimination.
The current refugee crisis is not the only one to have impacted Copenhagen throughout history. How do Bosnian immigrants, who left their country for Denmark during the Balkan wars in the 1990s, view the current humanitarian crisis in Europe? Presenting stories, accounts and opinions surrounding a crisis that feels both similar, and so very, very different.
Europe is in need of a definitive initiative to revive production and investment. The Juncker Commission looks to the economy as the catalyst for a newfound trust in Brussels.