There will be no cement, but flowers. There will be no hate speech, but music, poetry, and dance. On the 26th February, a wall will be built in London in response to Trump’s idea of creating a wall that will separate the USA from Mexico. The first protests against […]
A study has revealed the problems which could occur with a smaller foreign workforce and an ageing population. Migration contributes to the British workforce. That much is obvious. Analysis has been carried out by the consultancy firm Mercer predicting different post Brexit scenarios. According to the study, even if […]
Having gone missing on the 5th of October, 2016 and been rescued two days later in the Caribbean town of Livingston in the department of Izabal, her case confirms the dangers surrounding children and youngsters in Guatemala today. Isabel Soto Mayedo This reality shows how male chauvinism in […]
In June of 2012, after we managed to convince him, he sent us his first column for The Prisma. Many followed. Today he died. His departure marks his own beginning.
When during his final days, exhaustion prevented him, he asked others to read to him. His asked his son Camilo to read him the last chapter of “El Quijote de La Mancha”, a book he had read many times.
An Oxfam report reveals that, despite representing more than half of the global economy, the world’s six richest countries receive less than 9% of refugees. By contrast, the world’s poorest countries accept a greater number. In recent years, out of all of these affluent nations, it is Germany […]