All throughout the early part of his life, adversity presented itself in front of him. One blow after another, without the time to recover – he finally took fate into his own hands. Since packing up and moving to the UK, he has achieved what was once unimaginable. Michelle […]
A rich and sensitive sociological analysis of the intersections of sex and money, in the contexts of traditional family expectations and the conflicting desire for freedom in a rapidly changing world. Mothers on both sides of the conflict; male bonding and male secrecy.
Brexit was a “poorly conceived strategy” for many, triggering a devaluation of the currency and a possible loss of jobs that will see Latin Americans having to return to their native countries “voluntarily”. Virginia Moreno Molina The Brexit decision was a surprise for the UK, where most people […]
The main political parties are divided and, with the exception of the Liberal Democrats, have not stated a clear anti-Brexit position. Legal challenges demanding parliamentary debates are progressing. The bigger picture requires us to join up with ordinary Europeans and assert our identity as citizens not mere consumers. […]
EU immigrants are its main target, included amongst whom are a large proportion of Latin Americans with European passports. However, the civil servant points out that this perhaps represents an opportunity for solidarity and coming together between immigrant communities. Virginia Moreno Molina On the 23rd of June one […]