The never-ending flow of news can be overwhelming. Let’s stop for a moment to make sense of the critical events shaping our world. Insiders brings you in-depth investigations and exclusive reports from the field.
UK has just legalised the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.
Euronews Insiders visits people we met a year ago: a Syrian family now living in Germany, and an Iraqi man who fled Iraq for Sweden. Let's see how their lives have changed.
The Swedish ski resort of Riksgränsen opened its doors to refugees in 2015 – a temporary solution for the country’s government overwhelmed by the arrival of 164,000 refugees in just a few…
Kawa and Emina fled their home-town of Kobane when ISIL captured hundreds of Kurdish villages in northern Syria.
Five years after being plunged into instability after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is a major crossroads of irregular immigration and is officially home to nearly 300,000…
Is there a way out for irregular migrants in Libya, or are they condemned to die there or perhaps at sea if they attempt the journey to Europe?
French Education Minister Najat Vallaud Belkacem spells out her hopes for the future of the country's education systemHas France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
Has France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
One of the specifics of the Dutch system is that primary school education starts at the early age of four and lasts until the age of twelve. In the "Windmill School", first thing in the morning, the p
France has been ranked number one among developed countries when it comes to inequalities in its school system. Valerie Zabriskie reports on what went wrong in the country of "Liberté, Egalité et Fr