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Hemp or imprisonment: Where smoking pot is legal or tolerated in Europe

The legalization of marijuana has been a topic of discussion in many countries for years. However, the implementation is slow. Even consumption for medical...

Icelandic explorer Haraldsson: “We should have a goal of 30 workhours per week as a society”

The world's largest nationwide attempt to reduce working hours has made international headlines – that’s how positive the results in Iceland were. The study...

“Mafia-like” meat industry: Germany a hotbed for contract worker exploitation

Germany's meat industry pursued a very successful wage dumping strategy. An almost "mafia-like" system of labour procurement was based on cheap labour from Eastern...

Coronavirus: Europe unites in solidarity to overcome crisis

While the coronavirus has the whole world in its grip, a wave of solidarity is sweeping across Europe. Citizens across the continent are trying...

LGBT rights and equal pay: How Robert Biedroń wants to change Poland

Even in conversative Poland, he managed to be a popular and successful mayor. Now Robert Biedron, the Left Alliance’s openly gay candidate, wants to...

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Finland is successfully fighting homelessness – despite new political developments

No more homelessness – a goal that sounds like...

Historic decision forces corporations to pay minimum of 15% tax globally

Multinational corporations such as Amazon, Facebook and Apple will...

Colombia strengthens regional economies and promotes cooperation instead of competition

Latin America is emerging as the place to look...

Off the street and into a home: over 1,000 homeless in Austria get a flat

An initiative by the Austrian Ministry of Social Affairs,...

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