Evictions, repression and a handful of dreams that drown in the ocean. On 19th June there will be an aid truck set for Calais. This humanitarian crisis, originating from Northern Africa and the Middle East, is resulting in a massacre of deaths. With more than 2500 migrants having already […]
A Panel Discussion hosted by the Platypus Affiliated Society will take place on Wednesday 8th June at the London School of Economics. The public event is the opportunity to discuss the topic with experts and will include panellist presentations, followed by a Q&A. The guest speakers are: Neil Davenport […]
François Hollande has completed his four-year presidency of France with very low popularity levels amidst clear social discontent, which is reflected in repeated protests against a government labour project.
As a result of the scandal generated by the so-called Panama Papers, tax havens have become a trending topic, but many are just as unfamiliar with the most famous ones as they are about the legality or illegality of the problem and other relevant details. Roberto F. Campos […]
The investigation into the mysterious web of limited companies whose prime raison d’être is to hide wealth is uncovering as many suspects as it is secrets according to journalists’ revelations Osvaldo Rodríguez Martínez Just how and by whom the documents were obtained in the first place is a […]