Tripadvisor, Inspiration for Our Digital Democracy?
I grew up in the trenches of the Bosnia-Herzegovina war and have seen first-hand what it means to live in an ethnocracy, a place
Zooming, Slacking & Meeting: Browsing through the EU’s Digital Work Potential
If this past year and a half has taught us anything, it’s that change will happen without any warning, regardless if we or our
Let’s Take a Practical Approach to Europe’s Refugee Crisis
With 80 million people forcibly displaced worldwide, it’s an issue that disarms many. But there’s another side of migration that doesn’t get much coverage
Plates and Policies Are Best Shared
The global pandemic has jolted our food systems and lifted the veil to reveal the extent of its inefficiency, fragility, and unsustainability. Food is
EUducation: Nine Proposals for Quality Higher Education
Over the past six years, I have had the chance to discreetly observe how French-speaking higher education institutions operate on a daily basis within
The New European Bauhaus: Beauty & Privilege Win Again?
On 16 September 2020, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced the New European Bauhaus (NEB) initiative in her State
“I’d Blush if I Could” Is What Artificial Intelligence Said to Gender Equality
Artificial intelligence and gender bias: An example “I’d blush if I could” is Siri’s response, to a human user telling ‘her’, “Hey Siri, you’re
Innovating Democracy by Turning the Rubik’s Cube
“Fatemeh, I think it would be great if we could organize a podcast interview about innovation in democracy!” That is what Miguel de Fontenay,
European Parties: A Cinderella Story?
Today, let’s talk about European parties. No, not the flag-waving, bring-a-dish-from-your-country, international celebrations of diversity. Not the cosmopolitan get-togethers, multi-cultural extravaganzas, and other piazza-filling,
Is the European Green Deal Capable Of Flying Everyone to the Moon?
Q&A Session with Filippo Addarii
Apples and Oranges – The Need for a New EU Food Policy
The year 2021 began full of hope and expectation, if only because a new year meant we could leave behind one of the most
Saving Our Digital Selves: Personalisation, Habermas & the GDPR
The motto of the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago triumphantly reads, “Science Finds, Industry Applies, Man Conforms.” Such a motto paints a deterministic picture