The misery behind the worker’s “smile” and the definition of mobbing

Society

by Tasos Yannopoulos • translated by Gigi Papoulias
April 17, 2019

Moral harassment in the workplace is often so well-established in the work routine that is not perceived as such

When Mao censored Antonioni

Culture

by Maria Sidiropoulou • translated by The Language Project
April 17, 2019
China by Michelangelo Antonioni was different from what the Maoist regime had hoped to present to the West in the 1970s.

Real gold or Fool’s gold? Golden Visas in Europe

Economy

by Lina Kapetaniou • translated by The Language Project • graphic by Aris Athanatos
April 11, 2019
The lucrative trade of passports and residence permits in Europe, the money under the table and various reactions.

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When Mao censored Antonioni

Culture

by Maria Sidiropoulou • translated by The Language Project
April 17, 2019
China by Michelangelo Antonioni was different from what the Maoist regime had hoped to present to the West in the 1970s.

The Carpet Show – Ep. 03 – Hijab

The Carpet Show

April 16, 2019
The Carpet Show is a platform where 2 people from the community of Solomon casually express their opinions on a social issue. This third episode is a discussion about hijab with Clara and Walaa.

The feng shui of money: Greece’s Golden Visa program

Economy

by Lina Kapetaniou • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photo Nadir Noori • graphics Aris Athanatos
April 10, 2019
The facts about the Golden Visa program – the illegal and legal practices of the foreign and Greek companies involved and the impact on the real estate market.

Waiting for “Spring” in Poland

Politics

by Maria Sidiropoulou • translated by Gigi Papoulias
April 4, 2019
Openly-gay and an atheist, Robert Biedron, former mayor of a small Polish town, seeks to put an end to the conservative Polish “winter” of the last four years, with his new party, “Spring”.

What’s left from the European Left?

Politics

by Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou • translated by The Language Project
March 28, 2019
The left-wing parties in Europe are experiencing internal disputes and seeking new alliances. The shrinking of SYRIZA seems to have created a gap that will not be filled easily.

Sex work can be a choice

Society

by Jenny Tsiropoulou • translated by The Language Project • photo by Nadir Noori
March 21, 2019
Despite objections, some people believe they have the right to get paid for having sex. Sex workers share their stories.

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