Published September 19, 2016

Cutting the Cord with Soviet Past 

In a massive decommunization process, Ukraine replaces Communist symbols with questionable new ones 

Valeria Kovtun
Published September 19, 2016

Muslim and Serving America

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

The Decline of Organized Religion in the Czech Republic

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

The current state of British nationalism

by Sheryll Goddard

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

How 2 hours can change life

Nikola Potmesilova

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

Well-settled and ill-perceived

As migrants continue to flee in Bulgaria, the integrated Muslim community status was changed

As the migrants continuously create tension among the group of nationalists and the society in Bulgaria, the long settled Muslim society the Turkish and Arab community are facing hard times to defend their position in the society and live like before - normally.
Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

The New Iron Curtain of Europe

The One Year Anniversary of the Fence that Divides Europe in Two

by ORSOLYA LEHOTAI
Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

The young and the angry

Polish youths swing to the right

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

World War II Museum’s Exhibition Threatened by the Polish Government

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

“They don’t want to steal, they don’t want to rape, they don’t want to stay”

As Hungary prepares to hold a referendum on mandatory EU migrant quotas, situation for refugees becomes desperate amidst growing xenophobia

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

A husband, a father, a refugee

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

Mass Exodus from Moldova (Clone)

Report from the Fastest Shrinking Country in the World

Journey 2016
Published September 18, 2016

Youth of Slovakia has chosen - far-right political party

Journey 2016
Published September 17, 2016

FACE OF UKRAINIAN NATIONALISM

How Ukrainian football fans have become soldiers and social activists

From 2014, the Revolution of Dignity, the right radical views have begun to grow up in Ukraine. The backbone of the new Nationalistic way are young men from football fans - Ultras. Ultras were active participants in Maidan and have founded "Azov" regiment (Ukrainian Nationalistic organization). Now Azov plays an active role in the War in Eastern Ukraine, also takes care in civil deals, example- illegal constructions.
Journey 2016
Published September 17, 2016

After the refugee crisis

the struggle to defend what is Swedish

Journey 2016
Published September 17, 2016

Stranger in Istanbul

How Russian-Turkish marriages affect relations between the two nations

Alliances between Russian women and Turkish men are a tendency on the rise. There is vast cultural difference between these nations – and yet, their representatives are strangely drawn to each other. Now that relations between Moscow and Ankara are improving the topic has got into spotlight again.
Dmitry Vasin
Published September 16, 2016

From hooligans to warriors: the metamorphosis of Ukrainian ultras

Photos by Alina Bashlykova
Journey 2016
Published September 15, 2016

Between Hate and Nothing

How a local district solved the problem with xenophobia

It has been a year since Germany agreed to accept a million refugees. The public remains divided and right wing attacks are on the rise, especially in the eastern parts of the country. But close to the czech border, a local community has found their own solution against xenophobia.
Journey 2016
Published September 11, 2016

Vigilante Uprising

A Glimpse Into Bulgaria’s Southern Border

Journey 2016