• Hack your bike! 

    Por En 30 de Junio de 2016

    Hackathon - a portmanteau of the words 'hack' and 'marathon' - has rapidly become a buzzword and it seems it has entered all areas of human activity. Cyclehack is about a collective hacking bikes. Over the weekend of 24-26 June, 30 cities from Melbourn to Cape Town took part in this global event. Cafébabel was curious to see what would come out of Cyclehack Brussels.

  • Brexit: from dusk till dawn

    Brussels, 9:00 p.m. Less than three hours before the polling stations close after a day of voting for the EU referendum, which would decide UK's destiny. Cafébabel went to explore the most British places of Brussels – at a two minutes walk  from the European Commission headquarters – to take the pulse in the night of the results. Here are some insights.

  • Mass media disinterest for refugees

    Por En 21 de Junio de 2016

    Praising the refugee hunters as national heroes; beating international journalists together with migrants; sentimental pleas with a short-time effect – those are few examples of media coverage of the refugee crisis. The backlash is further distrust in the media as such. What are the ways out of it? Cafebabel is following the discussion with the European media experts.