More than a year ago, ‘Child migrant stories’ told the story of minors from across the globe arriving in the United Kingdom. Today, that material seeks to help teachers discuss migratory topics in their classrooms. A launch will be held on 6 June. Turkey, Cyprus, Brazil, El Salvador, Poland, […]
The theme of identity is found in all the portraits at the exhibition titled “You get me?” by artist Mahtab Hussain. Open until the 1st of July, the exhibition features young Muslims who live in the UK, saying a lot without saying a single word. Multiculturalism and diversity have […]
The Colombian Film Festival taking place in Dublin from Thursday 25 May will bring a fine selection of films from recent years to the Instituto Cervantes. Theodor Koch-Grunberg and Richard Evans Schultes are two humanists – with a 40-year age difference – who went into the jungle in search […]
Understanding the relationship between the Ecuadorian government and the indigenous peoples living in the Central Andes is one of the objectives of a seminar, which is to be held in London on 31st May. On 28th September 2008, and with a 64% majority, Ecuadorians approved one of the largest […]
The works of one of the most influential Spanish writers in history, will be analysed in London on 18 May in a new documentary at the Instituto Cervantes. The exhibition will be accompanied by a talk by its director and an expert in Mexican literature.