They are disregarded, stigmatised and made to feel like unwanted second-class citizens in a country that once seemed hopeful. Rarely praised and barley acknowledged. Why are those who contribute so much often neglected?
Those who took to the oil markets following the great energy and financial crisis of 1973 – in a decade when former President Nixon stopped shoring up the dollar with gold and when international foreign debt experienced a sharp rise – are now taken aback by the current prices of […]
This country is nearing the close of a tumultuous year, which was profoundly marked by three milestones in the calendar when its citizens took to the polling stations to express their desire for change and the need to end five years of tough austerity measures. Antonio Cuesta The […]
Something is very wrong in this world when for these companies saving African lives is bad business, leading them to stop the production of the most effective antidote against snake venom because it is considered to be economically unviable. Oscar R. Toledo The last batches of the Fav-Afriqué antidote […]
One of the most serious and worrying consequences of the current economic crisis in Europe is that levels of poverty have shot up, affecting children in particular. Cira Rodríguez César Photos: Pixabay Save the Children, the international organisation for the support and protection of children which operates in […]