Abortion is under threat in the Central European country – with the latest attack forming part of a global backlash against reproductive and sexual rights from the right
Voters in Ireland, Estonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, Croatia have all been asked to vote on LGBTIQ equality in the past decade – now Hungary’s population will go to the ballot box to decide on the same issue
Mask-wearing and traffic light systems, confusion and failed IT contracts – Sian Norris reports on how England’s school return has much in common with Europe, positive and negative
Campaigners fear that stark legislative proposals are helping to normalise a repressive discourse around reproductive rights in which concessions may be inevitable
Paul Niland finds a pattern in the international responses to COVID-19, with populists who ignore the evidence having fared worst.
February’s 2020 parliamentary election in Slovakia was a triumph of cautious optimism over populism, but the real work is yet to begin.