Posted on 28. July 2015 by Lotta Schneidemesser A month ago, Thom Feeney, a young Associate Community Manager from London, started a crowdfunding campaign to bail out Greece. His idea was a simple one: If every one of the more than 503 million EU citizens donated only a few euro each, then Greece’s debts could have … Continue reading Let’s bail out Greece – through crowdfunding?!
Posted on 23. January 2015 by Konstantina Karydi Elections again. Already a phrase almost worth laughing about in some peoples’ minds. Citizens in their 30s, have already voted more times than some of our parents have in their lifetime, some will say. Yet, the laughing stops there. Elections, a very serious act indeed. And the beginning … Continue reading Hellections? A tale of politics, fear and hope