As the United Kingdom is preparing to exit the EU, many vulnerable citizens might need additional help to complete their paperwork to apply for temporary or permanent residence. In their support some organisations are offering free assistance and providing information. Nathan Raia After the 2016 Brexit referendum, […]
Abused and almost killed in Latin America by her ex-partner, she fled to Spain where she encountered racism. She has been in London for three years and now faces exploitation in the workplace: including not being paid, being overworked to the point of not being able to walk and suffering verbal abuse.
“The economic crisis, austerity and cuts are not factors that favour multicultural policies. In many cases they have strengthened the rejection of multiculturalism under the shadow of Islamophobia” Claudio Chipana One of the biggest problems in the debate on multiculturalism is the lack of agreement on the definition […]
orrine Jones survived the burning of Grenfell Tower but a family of five on the same 17th floor did not. Sean Sheehan Corrine and her family of four were put in a single hotel room and, after a week of this she went down to Royal Borough of […]
2019 has been marked by events that particularly affected Latin America: the rise and consolidation of right-wing governments, social protests, military repression, the resurgence of indigenous and student protest movements. There have also been economic blockades, interventionism aimed at destabilizing progressive countries and movements, and an increase in violation of human rights and impunity.