After six years living in the UK, she was detained for five and then seven months. This is the story of a Cameroonian woman who saw people die in detention and gives her account to The Prisma.
Neither the fact that his papers were being processed nor his mobility problems were enough to stop this Venezuelan being detained for nearly 4 months in a detention centre for immigrants in the UK. Here he describes the raids, the scant medical attention and the tricks of the Home Office to force deportation.
Last Tuesday a leak revealed the government’s post-Brexit immigration plan. With divisive language that would not be out of place in a sensationalist tabloid, it essentially equates immigrants to parasites. Alejandro Palekar Fernández Many of us openly criticise Trump and his dreams of building a wall, but are […]
He is 34, has a degree in Chemistry, has lived in England for the last two and a half years and is already developing his profession. ” If you put your mind to it, you push yourself, and you work, there is a possibility of a future”. Sonia Gumiel […]
Although he is a painting graduate in Russia and has dedicated most of his career to this form, Arturo Montoto takes on sculpture by vocation and this new project does not break away from his habitual aesthetic, but continues to delve into his world of fruit, tools and other objects.
“I’m taking what I have painted until now and extracting it from the canvas, turning it into sculptures made with resin”, he explained. The Cuban artist is working on his first exposition.