The following reports on the social realities of the crisis in Europe are based on students’ investigations. Methodologies for these investigations, which took place in nine different cities, are based on predetermined protocols.

Finland (University of Lapland):
Finland and the Politics of Crisis – Local, National, European
by Suvi Alt, Charles Brophy & Iiris Jakola

Albania (University of Tirana):
Albania in the Context of the European Economic and Political Crisis
by Pavjo Gjini

Greece (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences):
Becoming Precarious in the Age of Neoliberal Biopolitics
by Leandros Kyriakopoulos, Theodosia Marinoudi, and Erasmia Samikou

Turkey (University of Ankara):
Crisis of Women’s Rights in Turkey during the AKP Regime
by Meltem Keskin
The Failure of the AKP’s Total Transformation Project
by Ahmet Erdi Öztürk
The Crisis of Representation and Authority
by Dinçer Demirken
Unity in Diversity: The June Uprising (aka Gezi Uprising) in Turkey
by Eren Buğlalılar

Switzerland (University of Basel):
How is the crisis being perceived in Switzerland?!
by Laura Eigenmann, Rahel Locher, Matthias Luterbach, and Anika Thym

Germany (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin):
In the eye of the storm: Urban Transformations in Berlin
by Sabrina Apicella, Noel Nicolaus, Yossi Bartal, and Hannah Schurian

Italy (University of Bologna):
Logistics and Crisis: The supply chain system in the Po valley region
by Floriano Milesi, Mattia Frapporti, Niccolò Cuppini, Maurilio Pirone, and Luca Padova

Spain (Complutense University of Madrid):
The Spanish Revolt: defying the crisis from below
by Julio Martínez-Cava Aguilar and Mario Espinoza Pino

Slovenia (University of Ljubljana):
From crisis of socialism to financial crisis
by Barbara Beznec, Danijela Tamše, Sara Pistotnik, Valter Cvijić, and Žiga Podgornik-Jakil