Multiculture

Alberto Perea and his new search in London August 31, 2014 00:01

Alberto Perea and his new search in London

He claims not to be completely integrated with the English community, and his inner circle are Latinos living in the city. Language is still [...]
 
Jony Carrera: the future is right now August 24, 2014 00:01

Jony Carrera: the future is right now

He was born in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. He is a languages and sports teacher, and a tourist guide. He has also held [...]
 
Werner Romero: “Migration is a very demonised issue” August 23, 2014 21:42

Werner Romero: “Migration is a very demonised issue”

He entered the world of diplomacy in 1994, first as a negotiator in trade relations. He is now El Salvador’s Ambassador to the United [...]
 
 
Roberto Calzadilla S.: “The return policy on immigrants is isolationist and xenophobic” August 17, 2014 22:06

Roberto Calzadilla S.: “The return policy on immigrants is isolationist and xenophobic”

The current Bolivian Ambassador to the UK is associated with the cultural and democratic ideals of his country. He had to emigrate during the [...]
 
Marta D: “There is no future for me here” August 17, 2014 00:01

Marta D: “There is no future for me here”

Polish and 31-years-old, Marta came to London in search of work that she could not find in her home country. She has been here [...]
 
Guillermo Cruz: passionate about English, passionate about London August 10, 2014 00:01

Guillermo Cruz: passionate about English, passionate about London

Guillermo is a 31 year-old from Tenerife, one of the Spanish Canary Islands. He started a psychology degree and is thinking that he may [...]
 
 
Gabriela Quevedo: “Immigrants’ right to free movement must be a priority” August 9, 2014 16:57

Gabriela Quevedo: “Immigrants’ right to free movement must be a priority”

As a champion of immigrants’ rights and a committed feminist and activist Gabriela thinks Latin American unification is important though having a critical vision [...]
 
Racist victimization in schools in the United Kingdom July 27, 2014 18:56

Racist victimization in schools in the United Kingdom

“They call me a terrorist because I’m a Muslim. I’ve lost my temper a couple of times, which frustrates me because I end up [...]
 
Jacqueline Cornago Suárez: The future in London is a possibility July 27, 2014 00:01

Jacqueline Cornago Suárez: The future in London is a possibility

Jacqueline is 36-years-old and has come to London to enjoy a holiday. With Cuban heritage from her mother’s side and a father from Madrid, [...]
 
 
Celebrating learning July 21, 2014 20:08

Celebrating learning

On 26th July, London will play host to a series of cultural and leisure activities to raise awareness of the importance of education and [...]
 
The Latin Heritage Carnival arrives in London July 21, 2014 00:01

The Latin Heritage Carnival arrives in London

On the 26th and 27th July the first version of this Carnival will take place in Kennington Park, London, where you will be able [...]
 
Art commemorates South American heroes July 12, 2014 21:16

Art commemorates South American heroes

From the 15th to the 29th July a series of films, concerts, dances and a play will be organised in Bolivar Hall.   Juanjo [...]
 
 
Latinos, discriminated against because of their skin colour July 12, 2014 20:44

Latinos, discriminated against because of their skin colour

Says Tatiana Garavito. In their attempt to escape from poverty in Latin America, immigrants are constantly falling into the traps of the economic system: [...]
 
Benito Rodríguez Medina: “All cultures are different, but have similarities between them” July 12, 2014 19:47

Benito Rodríguez Medina: “All cultures are different, but have similarities between them”

Although feeling integrated into society Benito Rodriguez Medina thinks that there are many ghettos and segregated areas between communities living in London   Virginia [...]
 
Carlos Arredondo: the voice of the Chilean exile in Scotland June 30, 2014 13:59

Carlos Arredondo: the voice of the Chilean exile in Scotland

Born in 1948, in Santiago Chile, Carlos Arredondo arrived in Scotland 40 years ago as a political refugee from the Pinochet dictatorship. From his [...]
 
 
 

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