Migrants

Swiss chocolate with a taste of Nicaragua April 25, 2016 10:59

Swiss chocolate with a taste of Nicaragua

Until 1869 cocoa was deemed legal currency in Nicaragua, a practice that the Spanish inherited from the indigenous people. Now the cocoa bean is [...]
 
Exploring migration and distress… The ‘Ulysses Syndrome’ April 18, 2016 04:16

Exploring migration and distress… The ‘Ulysses Syndrome’

After relocating to the UK, many people are affected by problems that arise from the migratory and adaptation process. To shed light on the [...]
 
The forgotten ones of Calais and their endless nightmare April 17, 2016 03:39

The forgotten ones of Calais and their endless nightmare

Around 6,000 people continue to live in squalor in Calais, amongst which are more than 400 unaccompanied children whose future is unclear. Meanwhile, people [...]
 
 
UK third generation migrant: “Immigrants are stigmatized” April 10, 2016 22:56

UK third generation migrant: “Immigrants are stigmatized”

Growing up as a third generation migrant in the UK, with origins from the Caribbean and Africa, I have become aware of Britain’s racial [...]
 
Festival of ideas March 28, 2016 00:58

Festival of ideas

Immigration, politics, Europe, consequences, strategies and photography; all together in one event organised on 8 and 9 April to share opinions and debate on [...]
 
Amber Dhabalia, a  pure mixed Briton March 27, 2016 21:10

Amber Dhabalia, a pure mixed Briton

Born in London with heritage from France, Italy, Spain and India, the twenty-two year old’s mixed culture and exposure to the capital’s diversity has [...]
 
 
Latin America: fight hunger, contribute to peace and life March 27, 2016 06:46

Latin America: fight hunger, contribute to peace and life

It is estimated that the population of planet Earth will reach 9.7 billion people by 2050. By this seemingly far-off date, the population will [...]
 
Does the topic of culture interest Latin Americans? March 21, 2016 02:25

Does the topic of culture interest Latin Americans?

Culture is the main subject of an investigation being carried out amongst the Latin American community, finding problems and solutions with regards to this [...]
 
Arab women on the frontline March 20, 2016 12:31

Arab women on the frontline

Glamourous Queens with the language of the people, ministers, researchers and thriving businesswomen and a president of parliament are constantly evolving their image, becoming [...]
 
 
A difficult search in Quito March 14, 2016 00:08

A difficult search in Quito

It was a rough journey, like the decade that started that first day of the year, and the road from Tulcán to Quito seemed [...]
 
Refugees… Welcome! March 6, 2016 23:52

Refugees… Welcome!

Immigrants are finding themselves obliged to risk their lives in order to arrive in Europe as a result of forced migration. A debate to [...]
 
Cycles of hope February 29, 2016 01:37

Cycles of hope

In a world that tends to simplify the understanding of human beings, and make us appear predictable and manipulable, the role of purposeful action [...]
 
 
Bethany Gordon: “Britain is a hostile country with racism” February 28, 2016 07:08

Bethany Gordon: “Britain is a hostile country with racism”

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 [...]
 
Latinos in Elephant & Castle: threatened by gentrification February 28, 2016 05:22

Latinos in Elephant & Castle: threatened by gentrification

For most Londoners, Elephant and Castle is a commuting hub on their way to another location rather than a place to visit, as the [...]
 
European migration tragedy:  children… the biggest victims February 27, 2016 08:03

European migration tragedy: children… the biggest victims

More than 60,000 people arrived in what is called the ‘Old Continent’ in January, a figure several times greater than the 5,500 recorded in [...]
 
 
 

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