Spain hosted 6.5 million migrants in 2013, according to the OECD “World Migration in Figures” report. Migrants comprise less than 14 percent of Spain’s 46.77 million. Although a seemingly low percentage compared to the United States’ 45.8 million migrants, the European economic crisis and the social conditions in Spain put an extra strain on migrants.
Living near Washington, D.C. all my life, I was aware of homelessness at a very young age. In Farragut Square, the heart of downtown D.C. at least 10 different homeless […]
Valencia is considered the Spanish city hit the most by the economic crisis. As with most topics that I study, I had theoretical knowledge that this was true. I read […]
Welcome to Valencia– ¡Bienvenidos a Valencia! I am spending the next month here on a narrative journalism program. Expect to see stories, photos, even video from my stay here.
George Mason University economics professor Garett Jones argues for a ‘10% reduction’ in democracy and return of ‘rule by the knowers’ for better government.