Somewhere, over the rainbow? How Greece became the first Orthodox country to legalize same-sex marriage

“What do you mean you don’t allow gay marriage? And you are supposed to be a European country?” This is what a classmate of mine spontaneously exclaimed in a family law class when it was mentioned that Greece had not yet opened the institution of marriage to same-sex couples. Such legal moves took place in […]

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To find solutions we must understand the problem. Reflections from Natolin’s Annual Migration Conference

On Saturday November 18th 2023, the Migration Nest, led by Patrycja Sasnal and assisted by students from the College of Europe in Natolin, invited a panel of renowned experts from the European institutions and academia to Natolin for the Annual Migration Conference. Although the focus of this year’s conference was “Mediterranean routes of migration to

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Countering disinformation: Strategies to foster social resilience

Disinformation is a growing threat in the European Union with geopolitical and democratic implications. Through the spread of false information with the aim of misleading, some external actors can endanger and undermine EU values for their own sake. This takes place in many contexts, such as elections, the COVID-19 pandemic or Russia’s war in Ukraine.

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Empowering Refugees: investigating the potential of blockchain for humanitarian assistance

In times of crisis, individuals and organizations need to step up and help those in need. The Russian war in Ukraine has led to a humanitarian emergency and we have seen a new breed of challenges in the humanitarian sector. These are individuals and groups using innovative approaches to provide much-needed aid to those affected

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Reforming Frontex: Can the EU’s most controversial agency demonstrate its commitment to fundamental rights after the OLAF report?

The headquarters of Frontex, the European Union’s border management agency, is located in a sprawling glass building in one of Warsaw’s main business districts. It is the only EU agency in Poland. Students from the College of Europe in Natolin recently spent a morning with Frontex’s head of media and public relations, Piotr Świtalski, to

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