Stop Child Labour by Thanos Kalamidas
We have created stereotypes and prejudices even when it comes to child labour, conveniently putting them working in far away Asian countries and questionable African states. We conveniently miss the child next door, yes in our wonderful world.
Child Labour in …pictures by Thanos Kalamidas
Sometimes the picture is more dramatic than …million of words. In the case of Child labour pictures can be …traumatic!
“The Inner Works of Strahan” by David Barger
“Poetry is not a civilizer, rather the reverse, for great poetry appeals to the most primitive instincts.” – Robinson Jeffers
Greek report by Euro Reporter
The Euro-reporter travels today to Greece with news for the Acropolis museum and immigrants issues
A Europe in question by Thanos Kalamidas
Only weeks before the European Elections, when European citizens elect their representatives into the common parliament, Europe celebrates Europe Day. This is a day that reminds all Europeans of the fundamental principles of the European Union…
European elections: the no-debate by Newropeans-Magazine
Citizens are called to join discussion forums, debates, rallies, to blog, to chat, to twitter, to shout “can you hear me Europe”, even to send your message in the space, to address MEPs, which is I confess the same as to shout or to send your message…
Euro-report by Euro Reporter
For the Europe day, euro-reporter turns just European with news from all around Europe.
Life Undercover #7/09 by Thanos K & Asa B
A glimpse into the life of one man who lays in bed talking to God; maybe one day he will get an answer, but we doubt it.
Coping in the Cape by Fiona Zerbst
Rozena Maart, winner of the Journey Prize for emerging authors, offers five intriguing short stories in her debut collection Rosa’s District 6.
BDM: Towards a Democratic Burma Without Rohingyas? by Rohingya Human Rights
The issue of the Burmese citizenship of Rohingyas and their ethnic status in their ancestral land Arakan has come up as one of the most talked about issues in the world media as well as in the regional political arena of the South Asia.
10 Helsinginkatu: Chapter 8 by Thanos Kalamidas
I pretended leaving so Marc wouldn’t feel uncomfortable following the other two upstairs where the other members of the lonely hearts club was waiting and when I reached the bar on the ground floor turned and ordered another bourbon.
Swedish report by Euro Reporter
Euro Reporter heads to Sweden…
Dead Parrot? The Irish nation has spoken with a resounding NO. Will the masters of the European Union listen? Don’t be so naive.
Barack Obama’s Audacity of Hope
There’s not a liberal America and a conservative America; there’s the United States of America. There’s not a black America and a white America and a Latino America and an Asian America; there’s the United States of America.
Ireland Says “No” To Plan B, But Don’t Worry, We Still Have Plan C, Plan D And Plan E
Since the days of Shakespeare, drama is at home in English-speaking countries. So it was almost pathetic that the results of the Irish referendum about the Lisbon Treaty were announced on Friday 13th.
Sarkozy and bin Laden… it can only be Euro Reporter in France.
Danish Design Down Under
As today is Jorn Utzon’s 90th birthday it gives me a great excuse to pen a few lines on my favourite building, the Sydney Opera House.
Finland’s “Les Liaisons dangereuses”
Here was I, in a very good seat, seventh row in the middle, in the National Theater of Finland watching a Finnish production of ‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’…
Finland celebrates the day of Mikael Agricola and the Finnish language and the Euro-reporter hosts a Finn-report.
EU’s Regional Policy and Kurdish Question
The Republic of Turkey has a credibility problem regarding solutions to the Kurdish question.