• Russian-EU tensions from a personal point of view

    By on Aug. 19, 2014

    In the beginning of 2014 the relations between the EU and Russia started to crumble over the conflict in Ukraine. The hostile atmosphere naturally has an impact on both Russians and Europeans. How does it affect young Russians living in the EU? Alexandra Ovchinnikova (27), who moved from Moscow to Munich to study Economics, is trying to foster the understanding of her European friends for Russia.

  • Wiener Start-Ups im Portrait:

    By on June 30, 2014

    Frag­Nebe­nan soll das Wohn­haus und die Nach­barschaft virtuell wieder­spiegeln. Daten­schutz und Recht auf Vergessen inklusive.

  • May 2014 = More Democracy for Europe?

    By on Oct. 20, 2013

    The idea of a united Europe has been challenged by critical voices ever since the project of European integration started. However, in the context of the crisis, the eurosceptic voice has got louder. The upcoming elections are important for the future of the EU as it's legitimacy is in question. A low level of voter participation is expected as well as many votes for eurosceptic parties

  • Vienna: welcome to the University of the future

    By on Oct. 7, 2013

    The new campus of Vienna's university of economics and business ('Vienna Wirtschaftsuniversität') was officially opened in early October. With its six buildings built on nine hectares it is actually the biggest campus in the European union - and the most innovative of all

  • Youth & Economics – Vienna Meets London

    By on April 17, 2013
    The world is becoming more and more international every day and it is not that uncommon anymore to be connected to several cities at the same time and migrate with ease. All of us have friends or family strolled around the globe. Their lifestyles and perspectives can sometimes be a great way to gain a little insight in different habits and problems, but also to learn more about our own cities.
  • ACUNS - A hidden poSsibility in Vienna

    By on March 18, 2013

    Many res­i­dents, es­pe­cially stu­dents, of Vi­enna are not aware of a hid­den pos­si­bil­ity in the city that they may ben­e­fit from.

  • Youth in migration - New perspectives from outside of Europe

    By on March 18, 2013

    Vi­enna at­tracts many eco­nomic mi­grants, as we very well know. A large city with mul­ti­ple op­por­tu­ni­ties like Vi­enna, how­ever, also at­tracts young tal­ents look­ing for new hori­zons and chances at in­ter­na­tional re­al­iza­tion from the whole world. The 30 year-old law stu­dent Michael Harpen from the USA is just one such ex­am­ple. 

  • Vienna’s Cafebabel project on Migration kicks off!

    By on Feb. 1, 2013
    The Youth in Migration Project is a joint initiative between several local blog teams of Berlin, Budapest, Napoli, Belgrade, Warsaw and Vienna. The project seeks to address the issue of youth migration in and across Europe, primarily motivated by economic reasons.
  • Wien.cafebabel needs you !

    By on Dec. 1, 2012

    Cafebabel. Wien is looking for volunteers : graphic designers (or at least people with some skill in this area) to make some posters ! and above all : journalists, translators… If anyone is interested please get in touch : or via our FB Page ! Spread the word !

  • Event house of Europe - December 2012

    By on Dec. 1, 2012

    03.12.2012 – Europa Club Wien European responses to the increasing asylum seekers and migration pressure (GER) with Johanna Mikl-Leitner, Home Secretary 17:30pm (be there at 7pm) Please confirm to Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik: 10.12.2012, 12h30 – Diskussion "Nobel Peace Price : merit of the past or contract for the future ?