Reproductive health beyond the protests: Quo vadis, Europe?

In part one we wrote about the ongoing demonstrations against new restrictions on reproductive rights in Poland. We looked at the historical development, the influence of the Catholic Church and the chances of the current protests. Now, we want to contextualise the restrictions in Poland through commenting on the European responses to limitations to reproductive rights.

A Comment by Veronika Datzer and Nathalie Kornet

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Central bank digital currencies: The state of play in China and Asia-Pacific

Central banks across Asia-Pacific are in the process of building the world’s first central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and – with China at the helm of this monetary revolution – the future of money may soon become re-defined. This article will analyse the fast paced CBDC developments in the most dynamic region on earth.

A Comment by Thaddeus Jahn and Peter Müller

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10 NOV | Radio ATINATI Interview: “Increasing the involvement of young people living along the occupation line in democratic processes” – Subgrant project of #GEOYOUTH2020 participants

On 10 November, Radio Atinati interviewed three of our #GEOYOUTH2020 participants who were awarded a follow-up grant from the project budget to implement their own small project on youth involvement in the border region with the breakaway region of Abkhazia. Anna Kiknadze summed up their goals in English for you!

Our COVID-19 strategy: How Agora embraced digital transformation

Agora was founded on grassroots participation. For us, this means having open, inclusive discussions about foreign policy with people of all ages, backgrounds, and political views in order to influence foreign policy. Our in-person meet ups have been an integral part of our founding and continual growth. We prized the welcoming warmth of meeting together, in informal settings, to ask the big questions about our world.

A Comment by Preeti Pasricha and Bingxing Liu

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„Moja macica to nie kaplica – meine Gebärmutter ist keine Kapelle“

Das steht auf den Schildern einiger Demonstrierender, die zurzeit auf Polens Straßen ziehen und gegen die jüngsten Verschärfungen des Abtreibungsgesetzes demonstrieren. Immer mehr entwickeln sich die Proteste über ihr feministisches Ausgangsziel hinaus und nehmen die PiS-Regierung und die mächtige katholische Kirche ins Visier. Mit Erfolg? 

Ein Beitrag von Rebekka Pflug und Leonie Hopgood

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Participation for future: Youth in party politics in Germany, Georgia and beyond

Party politics is losing touch with civil society, most prominently youth. During the past months, we have discussed actions to include young people and their diverse positions on contemporary issues in politics with youth and young experts in Georgia and Germany. It has become clear that new forms of interaction between these increasingly disconnected groups are needed – and that the time is now!

A Comment by Frauke Seebass and Anna Kiknadze

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