Posted on 19. December 2014 by Laura Virué Escalera Spain needs three million jobs in the short term and yet an international agreement that promises to deliver 140.000 new jobs to Spain – albeit in a distant and uncertain future – does not seem to be a strong reason for the public opinion to wake up. … Continue reading TTIP, who cares?
Posted on 06. June 2014 by Laura Virué Escalera In the RondaForum event about education and entrepreneurship, I was involved in an informal debate reflecting on whether, despite belonging to a generation that has to deal with a difficult situation due to the financial crisis and a consequent sense of failure and neglect – a generation … Continue reading Citizens of the world, companies of the world
Posted on 18. July 2013 by Laura Virué Escalera On June 24th in the Council of the European Union, foreign ministers signed the European Guidelines on the Promotion and Protection of Freedom of Religion or Belief. This issue has been barely commented on news, taken by economic debate – where unemployment, fiscal policies, banks recapitalization seem … Continue reading Freedoms beyond our borders, issue that also matters
Posted on 28. November 2011 by Laura Virué Escalera Spanish parliamentary elections were held while Europe watched closely at how the Spanish debt was surpassing the levels where other eurozone governments turned to their neighbours for a bailout. On November 20th, Mariano Rajoy’s conservative Popular Party won by a large margin; a victory that was predicted … Continue reading Spain: the two major parties must work together to restore confidence in politics