Europe’s Future Cities

/Cara Räker/ About sustainable city development and what Amsterdam has to offer. If our European cities today looked like the ones envisioned by the comic artists of the 1960s, Amsterdam’s Cityscape would include a lot more glass spheres, robots and people sporting fish bowls as headpieces and aluminum foil as a denim replacement. We would … Continue reading Europe’s Future Cities

We Have Always Been at War in Eurasia

/Jyry Pasanen/ On Armistice day, the 11th of November this year, 60 heads of state and government gathered in Paris to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. At the centre of attention, the gang of four: Donald Trump, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin. Much has been said about … Continue reading We Have Always Been at War in Eurasia

Re-Humanising the Refugee Crisis

/Anna Boyce/ In a time where media and politicians portray refugees to be nothing more than facts and figures, Anna Boyce explores another side of the refugee crisis as portrayed through cinematic representations. If the hundreds of multicoloured flags around the city escaped your notice, a few weeks ago the IDFA (International Documentary Festival Amsterdam) … Continue reading Re-Humanising the Refugee Crisis