Road to ereb
Road to ereb is our weekly English language podcast which is broadcast on Spreaker. This space is especially geared towards members, who can intervene in real time through Skype, but it’s also open to public listeners.
Ep 20 - Part 2 - A chat with Maria Matskevich, author of "How sexual violence in Denmark exposes the myth of its gender equality"
EP 20 - A chat with Maria Matskevich (Part 1), author of "How sexual violence in Denmark exposes the myth of its gender equality"
EP 19 - A chat with Thomas Laffitte, author of "Ukraine’s Hungarian minority is seeking to defend its identity"
EP 18 - A chat with Valeria Mongelli, author of "On Board Sea-Watch 3: Scenes from a Rescue Operation"
01/02/2022Between the 17 and 18 October 2021 the humanitarian ship Sea-Watch 3 rescued 412 people from seven different vessels that had come into difficulty in the Central Mediterranean, within striking distance of the Libyan coast. Rob, a veteran activist, was driving one of the rescue boats. From threats by the Libyan Coast Guard to the practicalities of hosting hundreds of people on a small ship exposed to the elements, he and the rest of the crew faced many challenges in their mission to help migrants reach a safe port in Europe. This is an account of five days out in the open water, saving human lives.
EP 17 - A chat with Davide Mancini, author of "How wildfires and climate change are threatening Sicily's future"
21/12/2021With two thirds of Sicily at risk of desertification, even the highest peaks of the Mediterranean’s largest island are undergoing irreversible changes. The inhabitants of the Madonie mountains are now facing unprecedented fires that, while often manmade, are exacerbated by heatwaves like ‘Lucifer’ which took place over the summer. Residents and workers in the area - once the source of ice for the world-famous Sicilian gelato - now find themselves struggling against climate change, with little assistance from politicians.
A chat with Quentin Ariès, author of “Faking it: the man who tried to game the media system”
02/12/2021“Faking it: the man who tried to game the media system” is the story of Ludovic Zanker, who appears to be one of the most well-connected men in Europe. For over a decade he’s been presenting himself as a political consultant, ready to provide advice to high-profile figures about international affairs. Media outlets have interviewed him as an expert on topics as diverse as the Russia sanctions and the Afghanistan crisis to Brexit and Europe’s vaccination strategy believing him to be a figure at heart of diplomatic negotiations. The problem is, his entire persona is a fabrication. But to what extent has Zanker been able to trick the world? And what does his scam say about us?
What’s left of Catalonia’s independence dream?
German elections, Merkel's legacy and some updates about ereb
Caught between the sometimes nationalist politics of Kyiv and interference from Moscow, the Hungarians of Transcarpathia, Ukraine, are mobilizing to preserve their identity and traditions.
ereb after the Summer break: testing a European press-review live
A chat with Chloé Emmanouilidis (founder member & freelance journalist, Cyprus)
A chat with Berta Tilmantaitė (reporter for ereb & Nara co-founder, Lithuania)
A chat with Annabel Roda (journalist & founder member, Spain)
A chat with Marine Leduc (journalist & founder member, France)
A chat with Márton Biró (founder member, Dutch literature student)
A chat with Guylaine Germain (journalist & ereb member, Bruxelles) and Josè Miguel Calatayud (journalist & project director, Berlin)
A chat with Hanna Liubakova (journalist, Belarus) and Francesco Barbati (communication expert, ereb member)
A chat with Gianpaolo Accardo (ed. in chief Voxeurop), Angelo Boccato & Alessandro Mariscalco (Post Brexit News Explosion)
A chat with Lucille Guiheneuf (communications manager)
A chat with Marco Carlone (photographer, Florence - Italy), and Léa Marchal (editor of ereb, Brussels - Belgium)