Wednesday, May 17, 2006

I knew I had found a good site, I just didn't realise quite how good and there seems to be so much more to excavate and explore on

Their 'about' reads like this: Welcome to, the first multilingual European current affairs magazine, designed for readers across borders. revolutionises European media through participatory journalism, providing a unique platform of expression for all citizens.

Café babel’s aim is to stimulate and develop European public opinion through two distinct but closely related missions. The online magazine – – offers every week analyses of current affairs from a unique, European perspective. Secondly, at grassroots level café babel’s network, actively promotes this perspective through debates, conferences and other events organised in towns and cities across Europe.

Promises are kept when you go wandering and find yourself reading the autumn interviews with TV presenter Nikolina Dimitrova, film director Cédric Klapisch, ex-monk Thich Tri Luc, cultural attaché German Reyes and world federalist Lucio Levi enjoy brunch with café babel this autumn.

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