Editorial: why must the future be “digital”?
Coding for kids, hackathons, closing the so-called “skills gap”… society seems locked onto one vision of the future, which it wants schools to help inaugurate: a technological utopia. But that’s narrow thinking, I say. And it’s not the purpose of education.
Officials answer questions and debunk conspiracy theories
Polish workers demonstrate in Kirchberg
Stephen Spengler leaving Intelsat
Hugo Lasat gets green light to become CEO of Degroof Petercam
Home cultivation of cannabis allowed but limited
Students create Luxair’s new business class menu
Ancestry claim unlikely to be renewed
Car industry expects more delays
CSV will back constitution referendum if voters want it
- 1Services & AdvisoryLuxembourg in top 10 of global talent ranking
- 4Technology“It’s been a very busy few months”
Standing up for those left behind: MSF turns 50
To mark the 50th anniversary of Médecins Sans Frontières, the group’s international president Christos Christou visited Luxembourg last week, speaking with the Paperjam + Delano Club on Afghanistan, migration and the covid-19 pandemic.