8 cities, 8 features. Cafébabel’s new editorial project Borderline focuses on Polish youth in various border cities around the country. We’re accepting applications as of now!
What’s going on in Poland? Many young Europeans are asking themselves this question. When we think of Poland, we often think of controversial reforms and right-wing politics. With our new editorial project ‘Borderline’, Cafébabel will take a new look at the country and its borders. It’s time to change this one-sided view of Poland, which will be celebrating 100 years of independence this year.
[EDITORIAL] Voglio Mangiare Così, our latest series on alternative diets, is a spoon full of hope. Through eight portraits of young Europeans who have chosen to make a statement with what's on their plates, we went above and beyond the latest food trends.
On October 5th, Cafébabel will take part in the conference 'Defending journalists under threat', organised by the European Centre for Press & Media Freedom in Leipzig. This conference aims to explore practical solutions for tackling the many threats that media workers face today.
[EDITORIAL] Europe may be losing its religion, but we decided to explore what's left of it. Our newest project Voglio Credere Così dives into the world of alternative spirituality and religion around the continent. What is the new opium of young Europeans?
Our newest reporting project BEYOND 91 - coming very soon to cafébabel - explores north-eastern Europe and the Baltics through the eyes of the "Perestroika generation." But what makes the Perestroika generation so special? Listen to our journalists from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
Exploring North-Eastern Europe and the Baltics through the eyes of the "Perestroika generation." Get a glimpse of what our reporters were up to on the ground before all seven features finally go online in March 2017 - stay tuned to cafébabel.
Often overshadowed by its bigger brother Erasmus, the European Voluntary Service is nonetheless one of the key components of young people's mobility in Europe. At a time when the European Commission, through its president Jean-Claude Juncker, is trying to offer more opportunities to Europe's youth, what role will the EVS play?
On the 3rd and 4th July, cafébabel will take part in the EU-Balkans Civil Society Forum in Paris, a forum that aims to help the voice of civil society actors be heard and to strenghten collaboration across the EU and the Western Balkans.
Cafébabel from the inside! This group is written by the staff of cafébabel