Procrastination – from the Latin procrastinare: ‘to leave until the next day, to postpone’ – it is the habit of systematically putting off the tasks we are required to carry out. It is such a natural and widespread phenomenon that, according to experts, it has an evolutionary base, affecting on average 95% of the global population.
From the 19th to the 21st July, a rally will be held at the “Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Museum” to mark the annual celebration of trade unionism and the struggle of the working class. The rally aims to raise local awareness of the labour situation, to promote and support workers’ […]
The second wave of immigration of many South Americans to the UK comes accompanied with better working and living conditions. Ecuadorians are one of the migrant groups that are finding a new opportunity in London after escaping the Spanish crisis. Ramón Alabau According to details from the Office […]
Doctor Brené Brown has spent the past 12 years investigating vulnerability, courage, dignity and shame. She will be exploring these themes at a conference in London on the 4th of July. . Brown, whose 2010 speech “The Power of Vulnerability” has had over 8.5 million views on TED.com (an organisation […]
Is the change in time that Latin America has experienced in recent years permanent? The question does not surprise Fander Falconí, head of Planning and Development in Ecuador, who has discussed matters that he considers vital for the region. Orlando Oramas León* A member of the Political Office […]