Recent legislation in the United States has restricted the country’s so-called “net neutrality”, allowing internet service providers to privilege customers who can afford to pay for faster data traffic. Will this decision affect net neutrality in the EU and the Balkans?
Mostar’s historic buildings have been a draw for generations of tourists but the city’s walls now offer a more modern attraction – street art. For the sixth year in a row, Mostar, the southern city in Bosnia and Herzegovina hosted the Street Arts Festival.
Goran Blažević set out from Jordan in 2016 on more than a 3000-kilometer-long walk back to his home country of Croatia.
Video from Human Library event held in Lund, Sweden in June 2016. Participants told their stories about the experiences from their everyday and living as a LGBT in Russia, life of a person with walking disability in Syria and stories from a journalist covering war in Syria.
Human Rights Forum in Malmo, Sweden in November, 2016.
The opening ceremony of European Youth Event, Strasbourg, France, taken in May 2016.