Il mondiali dei Nomadi/World Nomad Games 2016
From falconry to Kok Boru: pictures and stories from Kyrgyzstan, where the World Nomad Games 2016 took place.
Frontiere News, 18. September, 2016
Under the veil
In 2015 Germany opened the doors to more than one million refugees. While the majority of the population supports Merkel’s policy, concern in her own party is growing. Despite all the difficulties 27-year old Mohammed, who fled from the war in Syria, is happy to call Berlin his new home.
New Eastern Europe, 14. February 2016
*winner of the Solidarity Award for best article 2016
Polish youth versus Razem: The young Poles swinging right
Poland is currently drifting towards the political right, where young leftists earn nothing but laughter, as demonstrated by Krakow’s political talk show “Młodzież kontra…” (Youth versus…). The secret stars of the show: right-wing conservative Polish youths.
Café Babel, 9. February 2016
Photo Report The May 9th celebrations in Berlin
70 years after the surrender of Nazi Germany thousands of people were celebrating the liberation from fascism. Berlin was the one of the historical settings for the celebration. A visit to the Soviet cenotaph in Treptower Park, Berlin.
New Eastern Europe, 23. May 2015
Kielce Pogrom: The Battle over Memory
Interview with Michal Jaskulski, co-director of the documentary “Bogdan’s Journey”, about the recent “Holocaust-Law”, Polish history politics and the reactions to his film.
New Eastern Europe, 15. February, 2018
“Georgia’s European integration cannot be postponed because of Brexit”
Interview with the Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili about Georgia’s European course, the upcoming elections and his meeting with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
New Eastern Europe, 2. July, 2016
“There is no common ground with Putin”
German Professor for East European Studies, Klaus Segbers, about Russia’s involvement in Ukraine and the options for the West.
New Eastern Europe, 4. March 2015