Sometimes being a human can feel quite limiting. So one day, Thomas Thwaites decided to take some time off. He left being human behind him and became the animal which embodies the motto "carpe diem" like no other: the goat.
A new project by Cafébabel is starting tomorrow, with quite a symbolic name. Voglio Vivere Così is a collection of 8 stories that describe unique and alternative lifestyles. A sneak peek into a closed world, one which could not be farther. 8 stories for 8 weeks, chosen by the Cafébabel editorial team.
Encouraging a community of volunteer Spanish collaborators, publishing and translating their articles, proposing subjects of European interest and participating actively in the happenings of our organization. Are you ready to accept the challenge? Send your application before January 22, 2017 and come to Paris with us!
Paweł Wiejski - remember the name of this Polish immigrant in France, as he is the man who may one day create the United States of Europe. Check out why the new Polish editor preferred cafébabel to night trips to the 24h off-license with Dorota Masłowska, and bet on long cheese and baguettes will sustain him before he starts to long for onions and potatoes.
Much like time itself, life at cafébabel is in constant flux. Meet Phil, the new English Editor, straight outta Sheffield and ready to bring his own brand of movie magic to the cafébabel head office. He says his first week has been "very surreal". It's pretty much more of the same for 10 months, buddy.
21-year-old Juliane studies English Language and Literature in Berlin. For the past two months, she's been undertaking a remote translation internship with cafébabel, translating articles on subjects as diverse as the Panama Papers and dolphins on drugs. We want to say a great big thank you!
It's been a while since this position has been vacant, and now we're looking for a young, energetic and creative native English speaker to fill it. Apply before the 26th of June 2016 if you think you have what it takes.
When one journalist leaves, there’s always another arriving. It's all change at the cafébabel newsroom: Stefano has just joined us in Paris and will be responsible for the Italian version of the site for the next ten months.
She arrived straight from Madrid with a suitcase full of dreams, though she still left room for her straw hat and diving goggles. She's travelled across the continent participating in European youth projects, and now she's hoping to fill our little magazine fit to bursting with videos.
Cafébabel from the inside! This group is written by the staff of cafébabel
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