On 5 and 6 February, the well-known Argentinean writer Adolfo Pérez-Esquivel and Beverly Keene, will reflect on the evolution and progress in the field of human and labour rights since the military dictatorships in much of Latin America ended thirty years ago, analysing how these developed under subsequent democratisation. […]
Despite the impact of globalisation and the Belt and Road, the Hispanic population remains little compared to people from the English speaking world or other Asian countries. However, this does not impede them from exploring this unknown oriental nation. Yi ZOU In recent years, the connection between China […]
Taking place from August 29 to September 1 in Florence, Italy, this event will be taking over The Gardens of the Palazzo Corsini for its highly anticipated second year, bringing the finest young music talent to a world stage. Set once again in the stunning Corsini Gardens in the […]
Journalism’s great debt to immigration. Lack of money, time and expertise are some of the reasons that explain the weak and biased information the media give about immigration to Europe. In the case of the UK, another study reveals how coverage during the Brexit campaign was to a large extent focused on immigrants.
As immigrants the last thing we want is to be also discriminated against by other immigrant groups, because we have enough with the ‘British natives’. But that’s the truth: we immigrants are discriminating against each other. Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marín The fact that the Latin American community […]