Fausia A. / 13 Apr 2021

Mistreating Minority Women

Austrian Healthcare Apartheid

Abortion is legal in Austria within the first three months of pregnancy, after consultation with a doctor. And every year, around 30,000 abortions are performed in the country. Women of colour make up for more than a third of those who undergo an abortion, and nearly half of them are foreign-born. Why is this?(...)
Wieland Hoban / 26 Mar 2021

Jewish in Germany

The JID Interview, Part I

Israelis in Germany. Say what? Few stories about European immigration have been as loaded, and complex as those about Jews moving from the Middle East to Germany. (...)

Wieland Hoban / 30 Oct 2020

Equal Opportunity Racism

Jews and Palestinians in Germany

While the discriminatory nature of Philosemitism in Germany is not always obvious, due to a lack of knowledge of Jewish culture and politics, it is easier to recognise racism in the way Palestine solidarity advocates are treated.(...)

May Day refugee solidarity flyer. Kobtbusser Damm, Kreuzberg.
Joel Schalit / 08 May 2020

The New Refugee Crisis

Berlin on Greece

Greece is a niche subject. That is if the street art of the German capital is the decider. Off the walls for the better part of the last decade, Athens hasn't figured prominently since the 2008 economic crisis, when it appeared everywhere. That is, until now.(...)
Coronavirus is class conflict. Berlin, April 2020.
John Foster / 24 Apr 2020

The Communist Influenza

Slavoj Žižek’s Pandemic!

Today's philosophers don’t do well in crises. The case of Giorgio Agamben, in which he wrongly downplayed the danger posed by COVID-19, is a perfect example. (...)

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