Friday, January 28, 2022
Art & Culture
Alicja Gescinska is a Belgian-Polish philosopher and novelist.
The drama of Belgian politics: too many principles, too little responsibility
Pardon my French – On the need to improve our French
Small steps which Europe can take that would have a big impact on the environment
Zero tolerance or normalized sexism? How sexism became a political strategy
The architectural destruction of Brussels: Incompetent decision-making and the rise of ‘Brusselization’
A warning for democracy, not a eulogy
Too Cynical to Care? How we ended up in an age of cynicism and the damage it has brought
Gender inequality in Belgian politics
Why Music at School Matters: The decline of music in Belgian schools and the need to revive it
Freedom of speech without freedom of thought: Fake news, alternative truths and polarised opinions
Another ’68: Where do we stand 50 years on?
Trafficking and slavery in Belgium: The forgotten victims
Better Through Books: Why is our new generation reading less?
The Significance of Silence
The Future of post-Brexit Europe: Money, Migration and Myths
Obsessed with happiness
Populism against populism?
Poverty is unfreedom
Role Models in Rio and elsewhere
Sisyphus and my European soul
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