Month: July 2018

The imperfect democracy of Cape Verde: time to democratize democracy

In 1990, Cape Verde became one of the first African countries to introduce democratic reforms after fifteen years under a single-party authoritarian rule. It is nowadays perceived by literature and the international community as an exceptional case and a paradigm of consolidation of democracy in Africa.

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#MeToo: From social campaign to social change?

‘Me Too’: These are the two words responsible for the shockwave that has reverberated around the world for the past few months.

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Fit out the local Neighbourhoods !

An interview with Brussels Mayor, Philippe Close on the increase in public trust in local politics.

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A way forward for minimum wages in the EU

Setting minimum wages is a way to head off the ongoing threat of economic, tax and social dumping within the European Union.

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