Prensa The British debate about Brexit multiplies the questions

Blair’s intervention from few days ago does not diverge from what has always been his party and European Union model. The former Prime Minister condemns directly the Labour shift towards the left and demands that the EU initiates reforms which make it more competitive in the economic field, vindicating that the United Kingdom could take a leadership in the global issues playing a part in it, not standing aside.

Prensa From Chavism to Castrism

Venezuela is subjugated to a continued coup d’état by the chavist regime. Anyone who considers that said statement is excessive should propose other description for the sequence of attacks against elementary rights that the democratic opposition suffers, for the hardships that have Venezuelans struggling on a daily basis for a minimal sustenance, for the degradation that the social life experiments as a result of the violence, attributable to crime as well as the one directed by the regime.

Prensa Europe and Freedom of Expression. Regarding Flemming Rose

On July 3, at headquarters of the Press Association of Madrid, the opening of the international course of the FAES Campus was held. The course has been something of a tour around the battered state of freedom in various parts of the world. The battered freedom of Venezuela; freedom yearned for in Cuba; freedom bloodily denied to Christians in the Middle East and North Africa by the expansive and heinous drive of jihadist terrorism. But also a freedom severely compromised in Europe, as FAES wanted to exemplify in the case of the Danish journalist, threatened and persecuted, Flemming Rose, with regard to freedom of expression. 

Prensa FAES REPORT ON INEQUALITYTalking about inequality in Spain is talking about the performance of our welfare system

/30.06.15/.- FAES Foundation has launched its strategic report Inequality, Opportunities and the Welfare Society in Spain, which claims that the duality of the labour market, the performance of the education system, institutional quality and the impact of these three issues on the effectiveness of the welfare state are the main factors explaining inequality in Spain. Aznar has pointed that ‘in Spain, the debate is about the amount spent on social policies and not on resource efficiency’

Prensa FAES REPORT ON INEQUALITYAznar: ‘In Spain, the debate is about the amount spent on social policies and not on resource efficiency’

/30.06.15/.- José María Aznar launched FAES' strategic report 'Inequality, Opportunities and Welfare Society in Spain', of which he said ‘it is essential to talk about this’ as ‘it is absurd not to mention the problems we have on the table right now or that may arise in the future.’

Prensa The British debate about Brexit multiplies the questions

03.01.2017. Blair’s intervention from few days ago does not diverge from what has always been his party and European Union model. The former Prime Minister condemns directly the Labour shift towards the left and demands that the EU initiates reforms which make it more competitive in the economic field, vindicating that the United Kingdom could take a leadership in the global issues playing a part in it, not standing aside.

Prensa From Chavism to Castrism

10.25.2016. Venezuela is subjugated to a continued coup d’état by the chavist regime. Anyone who considers that said statement is excessive should propose other description for the sequence of attacks against elementary rights that the democratic opposition suffers, for the hardships that have Venezuelans struggling on a daily basis for a minimal sustenance, for the degradation that the social life experiments as a result of the violence, attributable to crime as well as the one directed by the regime.

Prensa Europe and Freedom of Expression. Regarding Flemming Rose

07.15.2015. On July 3, at headquarters of the Press Association of Madrid, the opening of the international course of the FAES Campus was held. The course has been something of a tour around the battered state of freedom in various parts of the world. The battered freedom of Venezuela; freedom yearned for in Cuba; freedom bloodily denied to Christians in the Middle East and North Africa by the expansive and heinous drive of jihadist terrorism. But also a freedom severely compromised in Europe, as FAES wanted to exemplify in the case of the Danish journalist, threatened and persecuted, Flemming Rose, with regard to freedom of expression. 

Prensa FAES REPORT ON INEQUALITYTalking about inequality in Spain is talking about the performance of our welfare system

06.30.2015.  FAES Foundation has launched its strategic report Inequality, Opportunities and the Welfare Society in Spain, which claims that the duality of the labour market, the performance of the education system, institutional quality and the impact of these three issues on the effectiveness of the welfare state are the main factors explaining inequality in Spain. Aznar has pointed that ‘in Spain, the debate is about the amount spent on social policies and not on resource efficiency’

Prensa FAES REPORT ON INEQUALITYAznar: ‘In Spain, the debate is about the amount spent on social policies and not on resource efficiency’

06.30.2015.  José María Aznar launched FAES' strategic report 'Inequality, Opportunities and Welfare Society in Spain', of which he said ‘it is essential to talk about this’ as ‘it is absurd not to mention the problems we have on the table right now or that may arise in the future.’