From the age of nine, Joleika Mosquera began to pour her soul into her songs, using lyrics to convey a message of social change. Yoyo Borobia, another Venezuelan singer was inspired by diversity. Both singers will perform in London. Right across the world in zones of violence, conflict and disruption, […]
From the 18th to 21st of August seven Latin American films and one Spanish film will be shown in the UK capital of London. The fifth edition of this London-based event aims to showcase the best productions from contemporary Argentine cinema. The films will be screened at four cinemas […]
Higher tuition fees, NHS charges, and tougher visa controls are causing people to think twice about leaving their countries and travelling to study in the United Kingdom. The government’s tactics to cut down on net migration could destroy one of our largest export industries.
Travelling from Barranquilla, the northern city in Colombia, where people and the Caribbean climate are warm, life as a student in Essex has proven a clear contrast. Yet the new culture, strict immigration laws, high fees, and few opportunities for work have not stopped the 24-year-old cherishing her time in […]
She came from Bangalore, Southern India. Although not largely affected by new immigration laws, like many who leave behind the shelter of their families and homeland to study abroad, her main concerns is centred on adjusting to a foreign culture and new education system.