Multiculture

Latin American Londoners learn more about their city August 30, 2015 10:42

Latin American Londoners learn more about their city

Could an impending event at City    Hall highlight London’s need for one of its fastest growing communities to get more involved in the running [...]
 
Solidarity and homage to the world’s struggles August 30, 2015 08:52

Solidarity and homage to the world’s struggles

In order to show their support for the processes of political changes that are being experienced in Latin America and other countries, MERU is [...]
 
Bixiga 70, the sound of Brazil August 25, 2015 06:34

Bixiga 70, the sound of Brazil

This Brazilian group is once again uniting the two sides of the Atlantic, Africa and South America, through music with their new album ‘III’. [...]
 
 
Spanish Film Festival: held once more in London August 24, 2015 11:01

Spanish Film Festival: held once more in London

From the 24th to the 30th of September London will become the film set for this event, bursting with a great variety of premieres, [...]
 
“Emigrants”… the dance of the immigrants August 2, 2015 12:06

“Emigrants”… the dance of the immigrants

At the start of the 20th century, with their backpacks filled with enthusiasm, dreams, ambitions and also nostalgia for their homeland, a new wave [...]
 
A bilingual literary cabaret in London July 27, 2015 09:37

A bilingual literary cabaret in London

  Hispano-American and English artists have a date for a day of artistic and cultural exchange, which will feature various arts from story-telling to [...]
 
 
Mexico and the US: the implication of El Chapo’s escape July 27, 2015 08:39

Mexico and the US: the implication of El Chapo’s escape

Weeks after his spectacular escape from Altiplano prison, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, head of drugs cartel Sinaloa, is still casting a long shadow over [...]
 
Indigenous roots in modern art July 21, 2015 03:08

Indigenous roots in modern art

Argentina has a long tradition of craftsmanship that has managed to survive and is reflected in artworks and design in the country today. This [...]
 
The Prisma under attack: we  need your help July 21, 2015 00:13

The Prisma under attack: we need your help

The Prisma is asking our readers to consider making a monthly gift of  £5 (U$8) to £10 (U$16) or more. Or just make a [...]
 
 
Aboriginals, homosexuality and AIDS: taboo in Mexico July 13, 2015 10:13

Aboriginals, homosexuality and AIDS: taboo in Mexico

It is difficult to be homosexual and HIV positive in a country like Mexico, and it is even more so among the indigenous population [...]
 
Immigrants who do not seek paradise but flee from hell July 13, 2015 10:11

Immigrants who do not seek paradise but flee from hell

Marina is so named because she was born at sea, in an Italian patrol boat surrounded by more than 600 people trying to reach [...]
 
Media, women & stereotypes July 6, 2015 15:11

Media, women & stereotypes

Despite progress in issues of gender equality, there is still a serious question about the stereotypical image of women in mass media on a [...]
 
 
Refugees: taken in, yes, but unwanted and forgotten June 30, 2015 22:35

Refugees: taken in, yes, but unwanted and forgotten

Victims of war, terror and natural disaster; eight people request refugee status every minute, but all too often the drama just changes the location. [...]
 
Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia June 30, 2015 07:36

Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia

On the 7th of July, London will host celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Welsh settlement in Patagonia. A Catholic mass will be [...]
 
Venezuela and the end of colonisation June 29, 2015 23:43

Venezuela and the end of colonisation

On July 2nd, a special film screening will mark Independence Day in Venezuela.   Venezuela Solidarity Campaign organisers are celebrating the triumph of the [...]
 
 
 

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