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Monserrate… from top to bottom… May 24, 2015 23:16

Monserrate… from top to bottom…

Visible throughout the city, the mountain of Monserrate, is the city’s highest peak and an amazing natural vantage point, where locals and visitors alike [...]
 
United Kingdom: Journalism and journalists on a tightrope May 24, 2015 22:55

United Kingdom: Journalism and journalists on a tightrope

Budget cuts, redundancies and limited investment in quality and varied journalism are bad for workers and are leading to the closure of several media [...]
 
Namibia… the always survivor May 24, 2015 22:29

Namibia… the always survivor

It is a stable nation in terms of its political situation, despite having endured for decades a high degree of suffering, repression and shame. [...]
 
 
“We are many”… The greatest protest in history May 17, 2015 10:08

“We are many”… The greatest protest in history

This documentary captures the moment when a global rally against the Iraq war took place, and shares analysts’ opinions of the disaster. The film [...]
 
An interactive journey through European history May 17, 2015 10:08

An interactive journey through European history

On the 23rd of May, a lecture and workshop for children will be held to investigate human development and evolution on the old continent. [...]
 
Disabled in the UK:  helpless, rejected and marginalised May 17, 2015 10:07

Disabled in the UK: helpless, rejected and marginalised

It is clear that the elimination of social benefits for disabled people living in the UK predominantly affects the poorest of people in society [...]
 
 
“Euro-Caravan 43″ for the Ayotzinapa students May 10, 2015 20:20

“Euro-Caravan 43″ for the Ayotzinapa students

After passing through 17 European cities, representatives of the missing students in Mexico, one of the parents among them, will be holding a demonstration [...]
 
Elena Poniatowska: a total injustice creates guerrillas May 10, 2015 16:13

Elena Poniatowska: a total injustice creates guerrillas

Known for her strong opinions, the Mexican journalist and writer describes the President’s response to the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students as ‘feeble’. She [...]
 
Nicaragua and the UK: A day of brotherhood in London May 10, 2015 14:20

Nicaragua and the UK: A day of brotherhood in London

A group will be meeting in Conway Hall on the 16th of May to discuss the link that exists between Great Britain and this [...]
 
 
Aytzinapa parents, your struggle is our struggle May 10, 2015 01:36

Aytzinapa parents, your struggle is our struggle

The EuroCaravan 43, representing the parents of the Rural Teacher College in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, arrives in London the 19th of May, and this is [...]
 
The shadow of racism in the USA May 4, 2015 18:36

The shadow of racism in the USA

The recognition by North American politicians that discriminatory police practices against minorities are a systemic problem intensifies national controversy on the topic.     [...]
 
The invisible ones… of WalMart May 4, 2015 17:07

The invisible ones… of WalMart

An abundance of vegetable and crop coolers are easily noticeable in Walmart and other large supermarket chains in the United States, a true symbol [...]
 
 
Racism in English football: as ever thriving and set to stay May 4, 2015 14:18

Racism in English football: as ever thriving and set to stay

Since 2012, 350 racist incidents have been reported in the English game . The attacks are taking place in the stands, on the way [...]
 
Renato Rocha: accelerating understanding of diversity May 3, 2015 20:52

Renato Rocha: accelerating understanding of diversity

He is the Director of ‘Acelere’ the production by Circolombia now in London: a different way of using art as a means of social [...]
 
Gloria Lizcano: Woman, immigrant and homosexual May 3, 2015 20:09

Gloria Lizcano: Woman, immigrant and homosexual

These three conditions are difficult to bear and even more so when one person has all three of them. This Colombian woman has faced [...]
 
 
 

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