How long can a mother be forced not to see her children? One year and two months was what the Mexican and British governments made Jael Deyssy De la Luz endure. A hunger strike and a continuous and tireless fight made a reunion possible. Virginia Moreno Molina “When […]
Their work starts before sunrise when the classrooms are still empty. Whilst universities teach about values and rights these workers come and go unseen shrouded under a cloak of invisibility born of the stigma businesses and institutions attribute to the word ‘cleaners’ who for their part are generally exploited and […]
The story of a third generation migrant in the UK. The twenty-two year old granddaughter of migrants from the Caribbean was born and raised in England, but feelings of disconnect from both Britain and her ancestors’ homeland have kept her belief of where she belongs torn. Michelle Gooden-Jones […]
Work stress causes the physical and mental health of millions of human beings to deteriorate, but the rules of the competition seem to have the last word and put the correlation between cost and benefit at the forefront.
Two original artists from this country are the protagonists in the creation of a documentary in the direction of a radio program, respectively. Being an example of Latin American cultural expansion. Juanjo Andrés Cuervo They are Adriana Villa Guevara, artist, cinematographer and anthropologist, and singer and composer, José […]