Vienna

  • 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 : babelwien@gmail.com 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: europaclub@oegfe.at 10.12.2012, 12h30 – Diskussion "Nobel Peace Price : merit of the past or contract for the future ?

  • Board profiles

    By on Jan. 25, 2012
    On August , 30th Babel Wien elected its new board. New positions were created in order to allow a better division of labour. Below you will find the are brief presentations of the new board members: Sheena Keller, Co-president: Sheena is a development economist, a researcher, a human rights activist and a global European.
  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    By on Oct. 21, 2011
    Join us on our first annual retreat on 23.10.2011 where we will go on a nice hiking tour in the Viennese vineyards, which will offer a wonderful sight on the Austrian capital. We will meet at 11 am at the tram station at Schottentor where our socializing will start.
  • Babel Wien – Newsletter (September/October 2011)

    By on Oct. 14, 2011
    After well-deserved summer holidays, our Babel Wien team is back in the Austrian capital and ready for a new year of European discussion and debate.
  • Babel Wien, the new cityblog of the local team of Cafebabel.com in Vienna

    By on March 31, 2009
    Babel Wien is a participatory and multilingual cityblog animated by a dozen young European writers and translators from the Community of Cafebabel.com. Discover more about what we do and who we are... The Babel Wien blog Babel Wien is a participatory and multilingual cityblog animated by a dozen young European writers and translators from the “babelian” community, the network of Cafebabel.com.