When commoning strategies travel by Jayne Ifekwunigwe

Commoning strategies are often improvised even in the liminal spaces that emerge in the cracks of Fortress Europe, says urban anthropologist Jayne O. Ifekwunigwe. In a text based on her September 2015 talk at the ECF's annual Idea Camp, Ifekwunigwe calls for a new commons that embraces both the mobile and the settled.

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Culture Report / EUNIC yearbook 2014-15

Europe: Closed Doors or Open Arms? The Culture Report/EUNIC Yearbook 2014/2015 discusses migration into Europe, inviting a string of renowned scholars, authors and writers, including Umberto Eco, Francis Fukuyama, Bassam Tibi, Zygmunt Baumann, Richard Sennett, Slavenka Drakulić, Claus Leggewie and Mely Kiyak, to share their views.  

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Ten things about democracy in videos every MP should see - by Juan Luis Sànchez

Spanish journalist, Deputy Director of eldiario.es and Remixing Europecontributor Juan Luis Sánchez presents Ten things about democracy in videos every MP should see.

Take a video, ten actually: the winning entries of the Radical Democracy video challenge (disclaimer: I was part of the jury), all exploring the theme of democracy and our understanding of how European democracy works. Enter ‘full screen’. Lie down and watch.

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Remixing Europe: unveiling the imagery of migrants in European media

REMIXING EUROPE is a publication unveiling the imagery of migrants in European media. It is a Doc Next Network publication, produced in the framework of Remapping Europe, A Remix Project Highlighting the Migrant’s Perspective. This investigative and artistic project explores the tools and concepts of remixing media as a method to re-view, re-investigate and re-consider prevailing imageries of migrants in European societies.

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Remappings - The Making of European Narratives

Remappings – The Making of European Narratives publication is a collection of essays on the changing narratives of Europe, accompanied by comic strips by up-and-coming European comic talents. 

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