Posts tagged activism
Txell Bonet on Democracy in Spain

We sat down with Catalan journalist and political activist Txell Bonet. She spoke at #FOEC18 on the state of the Spanish democracy and the issue with political prisoners. Her husband, Jordi Cuixart, is a political prisoner in Spain who's in pre-trial detention. She's forced to drive more than 300 km to see him behind a glass wall.

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The Legacy of '68 is in good hands - Alain Geismar

According to Alain Geismar, who fought on the frontlines of the May ’68 Paris protests, the culture of protest is alive and kicking in Europe today. 

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'Things From Europe' - a podcast with spoken word artist Madi Maxwell-Libby

In our podcast with Madi Maxwell-Libby, she recites her poem and we chat about bankers, Brexit and the beauty of Europe.

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The Women's March on Versailles

In 1789, thousands of angry women marched on Versailles and forced Louis XVI to quit the royal palace in one of the French Revolution’s earliest victories. Then, like so many women throughout history, their crucial role was forgotten.

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