Does the insistent use of the 'n-word' in the film Django Unchained make a racist out of its American director Quentin Tarantino? In Europe the issue has been tackled in the world of football and children's blogs
When travelling to eastern Europe prepare to step out of your comfort zone, unless luxury hotels for sleazy businessmen and escort girls are your cup of tea. Only by mixing with the ordinary can we grasp the not-so-ordinary reality. Romania and Moldova are no exception. One Belgian traveller tells the story of his journey by night train
Is it the final frontier of Nordic feminism? The photo booth project aims to increase awareness amongst about their own bodies. Promoted by the K. Fond Vinders association, the idea was launched in celebration of international women's day on 8 March at the goethe institute in Copenhagen
It's an unusual festival created by a group of enthusiastic young Spaniards to disappear on the day Western Sahara regains its independence. Sandy perspectives from the Dakhla camp of the eigth FiSahara festival, which takes place each year from 2 - 8 May
With the release of the 'anti-male' documentary Masculine Domination in November 2009, the debate regarding the crisis in masculinity has flared up in the French media. But we are still far from the 'masculinist' theses which originated in America. Perspective from early 2010
Moldavans are called to vote this Sunday for crucial parliamentary elections. For 18 months, this small country - the poorest in Europe – has been functioning without a president, blocking any ambitious political initiative. Two days before the election, it is impossible to know who has the best chance to win. The only certainty is that young people have played and will play a decisive role.