Migrants

They died because they were poor…
Migrants Multiculture

They died because they were poor…

Brazilians Dayana Francisquini and Rafael Cervi had worked in London for almost eight years. Their children, Thais, six, and Felipe, three, had yet to see the family’s home in Parana. Mbet and Helen Udoaka had arrived in this most international of cities from Nigeria more recently. They had married just […]

The Ulysses syndrome
Migrants

The Ulysses syndrome

Although is a cliché, but it also true that if migrant workers stopped working for just one day, most European cities would come to a halt. That is the thinking behind the ‘The Day Without Inmigrants – 24 hours without us’ planned for Monday, 1st March in France. Jacob Lagnado […]

“La migra” calls three times
Migrants

“La migra” calls three times

John Fredy Suarez was 7 years old when he arrived in England in March 1994.  He came with his parents, Patricia and William, who were fleeing the violence they experienced in Colombia. They were looking for asylum on the island, longing for a life where they could work, study and […]