Hailing from Colombia, Gottardo was based in London for 19 years before a recent move to Australia. Every day she fights not only for her three children but also for thousands of immigrants, refugees and Latin American women who turn to the groups that she has directed.
A collage of sounds from the United Kingdom, her homeland Brazil and other parts of the planet, give life to “Freedom of movement”, the awaited debut album of the artist. With a wide and diverse musical palette, Miranda creates bridges in times of walls. The album will be released on […]
Creator of the international poetry festival Woman’s Cry and of the Women Poets International (MPI) movement, Dominican Jael Uribe has received significant recognition in Oslo. The Freedom of Expression Prize has done justice to a woman who has been able to speak up. Women’s rights have been championed of […]
The narrow victory of the successor of Rafael Correa is received favourably by a large number of the Ecuadorians in the United Kingdom. After winning more than 60% of the votes in the English capital, residents will celebrate the triumph on 27 April. The atmosphere at the TUC’s Congress […]
In its 17th edition, the La Linea festival brings a selection of the most outstanding artists in Latin America to the UK. Taking place between 18 and 29 April, are eight days’ worth of performances from artists including Julieta Venegas, Totó La Momposina, Estopa and António Zambujo, among others. […]