Stories about Spain
'Some of the reactions to Rodríguez Galindo’s death are proof that segments of Spanish society have a lot of work to do to face their demons.'
Spaniards reacted on Twitter with the hashtag #RepúblicaYa or #GraciasMajestad
"I believe that theatre will change the world, or at least one world, that of the individual."
People all over the world have been banging pots and pans to attract the attention of politicians and decision-makers in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Spanish political party Vox is demanding the right to prevent their children from being educated about feminism, equality or sexual diversity.
"A language is simply a world that you choose to live in. If you live in that world, you own its language."
'... to balance the interests of China, the US and HK people, the city needs a truly democratic self-government that can represent HK people's interests and understand the complexity of...
The small Galician town of Narón launched the campaign in January 2018. By February 2019, the population had lost a total 46,000 kilos.
Rather than protecting individuals’ rights, exceptions to the GDPR in some countries are limiting freedom of expression, eroding privacy, and abetting the spread of disinformation.
"Building habits and making homeless people feel like the project is theirs. Institutions treat [us] like we're incapable of doing anything."
For Spanish photographers Anna P. Cabrera and Angel Albarrán, memory and beauty are the three pillars of their professional approach to their art.
"It seems that every time #futfem takes a step forward, some men have to come out their caves and make a scene"."Iros a la cocina, iros a fregar, sois unas mierdas, sois...
Before the project began, one-fifth of the school's students had been absent. Now they're all back in the classroom.
The political and emotional challenges of diaspora activism are complex: "Receiving news firsthand also means feeling it firsthand."
Copyright proposals being pushed by European governance bodies must take into account the nature and potential uses of networked digital technology.
With the provisional release of accused gang rapists, many ask if Spain is trivializing violence against women
"Not every man is a rapist, nevertheless, now that the five men charged with sexual abuse have been released from jail, we all become potential victims."
"A group of five men cornered and raped a woman, and then filmed and shared it. However, the courts decided that it was not a rape."
In the second part of our interview, journalist Lucía Asué Mbomío Rubio discusses her writings about racism in Spain.
In Spain, "it's not uncommon to hear phrases like 'I'm not racist, but,' as if that preamble were to invalidate the racist remark that usually follows."
With Top Manta's creation, Spain's informal workers open the door to new possibilities and recognize a victory in their daily confrontation against police violence and European authorities' institutional racism.