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Social Dancing
United Kingdom

Social Dancing

Although it may seem out-of-date, social dancing is regaining much of its popularity. Social dance knows no bounds, as all ages and skill ranges can participate. Not only is it is a great way to meet new people and learn something new that can be shared with anyone, dancing is […]

Reporting centres?
United Kingdom

Reporting centres?

Most asylum seekers in the UK are forced to ‘sign on’ at a nearby immigration reporting centre on a regular basis (daily, weekly or monthly). This involves finger-printing and re-activating their biometric ID cards. Many have to travel long distances and spend a significant amount of the already little money […]

Virtual kids
World

Virtual kids

With the ever-constant improvement and development of technology and virtual realities continuing with no end in sight, worries over their affect on society are rising. Computers, mobile phones, personal handheld devices, top-of-the-line video games and platforms and iPods, the youth are plugged in to the virtual world more than ever […]

Kurdistan, an ethnic genocide
World

Kurdistan, an ethnic genocide

“There is not only one nation in Turkey; there is also the Kurdish nation”. Those are the words expressed by Abdellah Öçalan, one of the founders of the PKK (Working Kurds Party), at a time when the simple fact of saying the word “Kurdistan” or the use of the Kurdish […]

Nahuel, traveler of open veins
Latin America

Nahuel, traveler of open veins

He was Alfredo Zitarrosa and Mercedes Sosa’s guitarist and he settled in Mexico thirty years ago. In his way of making fun of FTAA, the photographer gets a broken, abandoned armchair leans it against a wall and he lays down comfortably whilst looking at graffiti: “FTAA, big brother spies on […]