Stories about Western Europe from June, 2023
Low education about AI tech leads to ill-informed narratives about algorithmic bias
Russian often has two words where French has only one. One serves to describe the outer thing, while the other describes the inner thing.
In Spain, where the right has gained so much strength, and the far right is gaining power, Angüés differentiates itself with a horizontal and feminine form of government.
With over 160,000 Indian Caribbeans in The Netherlands, they have become an indispensable population group. They have made a long journey, marked every year on June 5, as Prawas Din, or Immigration Day.
The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, made an impactful statement suggesting that Moldova could potentially become an EU member despite the unresolved Transnistria conflict.
In a world where sex work is often not recognized and is criminalized, the work of unions is imperative.