Last January, the Churches of Scientology for Europe opened a new branch on boulevard Waterloo in Brussels. Considered a cult or simply a commercial organization in France, Belgium and Germany, scientology continues to claim to be a religion. A interview with Agnès Bron, in charge of public relations at the boulevard Waterloo site.
Fewer than half (44%) of Europeans are in favour of gay marriage. In April, Sweden enacted a law authorizing same-sex unions. It was only the fifth European country to take steps toward equality between heterosexual and homosexual couples. Despite appearances, when it comes to gay rights Europe is still rather conservative...
English writer Doris Lessing, 87, won the 2007 Nobel Prize for being an 'epicist of feminine experiences'. But the literature prize lacks the lustre it once had, often charged with being less than impartial
Having finally awoken to the danger faced by our planet due to global warming, politicians and citizens are working to build green and sustainable living spaces. From ecologically-friendly homes to ‘eco-neighbourhoods’, Europe is going greener by the day.
Afraid of China ? Not a smidgen! It is predicted that within the near future there will be more software developers, pianists or cars in China than in Europe, as well as a surge in air pollution that will annihilate the effects of all the solar-energy panels on Old Continent. In short: China is becoming powerful
Anxious to shake off the social legacy of Communism and conform to EU standards, Lithuania is trying hard to integrate its homosexual minority. The press, the Church and public opinion are dragging their feet