by Louise Bicknese   I am a feminist. There, I said it. The ‘F-word’ has been associated with bra-burning man-haters for a long time, but since Emma Watson’s fabulous speech for the UN and her ‘HeForShe’-campaign, gender inequality issues are back on the political agenda. And they are rightfully there. I interviewed Vĕra Jourová, Eurocommissioner for […]

by Louise Bicknese Lately, with the process of increasing European integration, votes have gone up to develop a common European migration policy. The advantages are obvious: more clarity for the immigrant, a more regular distribution of immigrants over all member states (right now, 50% of immigrants go to 5 of the 28 member states), and […]