It is one of the most authoritative voices to analyse the vociferous divorce between the UK and the EU. The economics professor at King’s College London analyses the initial consequences and denies, among other things, that Europeans arriving on the island have no qualifications.
One of the most well-known Latin American entrepreneurs in the UK sees the glass half full in the face of adversity. Immigrants “must be united in order to be stronger,” he says. Marcos Ort iz F. Rafael dos Santos could have reason to be pessimistic about the landscape […]
They have until the deadline of 1st July to register or change their home address in order to play a part in the presidential election taking place in the country in November. That which is a largely well-established democratic tradition in many countries, will be a novelty for the […]
The region of Latin America and the Caribbean expects 1.1% economic growth in 2017, but the modest rebound will be unable to stop worsening working conditions for native people and immigrants. María Julia Mayoral Two agencies of the United Nations, ECLAC and ILO, supported the prognosis of their […]
María Eduarda Alves da Conceizao was just 13 years old and wanted to become a professional basketball player, until three bullets brought her life to an end. With a rate of 4.3 murders per 100,000 inhabitants, Brazil is the world’s third most violent country for children and young people. […]