London Language Institute

Unobtainable work permits offer little hope for migrants in Bogotá

Impossible barriers to work permits have left Venezuelan migrants in Bogotá desperate and more vulnerable.

A magical mystery tour on the Rio Magdalena

Whether or not Gabo spun his words in Mompox, Aracataca and Ciénaga, he is present in the slow pace of everyday life, the steady friendliness of the people and the magic of the Caribbean heat, sun, colour and life.

Film Review: Botero

'Botero: una mirada íntima a la vida y la obra del maestro' traces both the life and work of Colombia’s most renowned living artist.

Film review: Niña Errante

Rubén Mendoza attempts to understand and portray womanhood through the eyes of four sisters from different mothers who reunite after their father’s death.

My First (Estéreo) Picnic

This will be many people’s first Estéreo Picnic – including my own. Luckily, some more experienced attendees have been on hand to give me some tips.

TEDxBogotá: 10,000 people united to talk about resilience

Each of the 12 talks at TEDxBogotá 2019 gave the audience a different perspective on resilience means, both for them and for Colombia.

Business set to be on trend at Bogotá Fashion Week 2019

The Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá will host the third annual Bogotá Fashion Week next month, helping to consolidate Bogotá's role as a fashion business capital.

Of craic & Colombia: the connection with Ireland

We take a look at the links - both historical and contemporary - between Ireland and Colombia.

Happy Birthday Estéreo Picnic

The capital’s leading independent festival is all grown up and ready to celebrate its tenth birthday.

Hard times for the JEP

The Special Jurisdiction for Peace looks uncertain after the President raises objections to the transitional justice bill.