An introverted campaigner

By Bala Chambers “Catalonia didn’t exist as it does now. Institutions and civil liberties were abolished in 1714. That had long-lasting consequences. In the 18th, 19th century living conditions were hard. Life expectancy was below 40 years old. The first thing people had in mind was food and survival,” quietly explains pro-Catalan independence supporter, Sergi…

Final Countdown for the Catalan Law of Time

By Anna Portella The Catalan Parliament is drafting the Law of Time, which is devoted to tackling the social-working hours in Catalan society with the aim of improving the work-life balance, productivity and sleeping habits.“We are the only country in the world that has lunch at 3pm, dinner at 22pm and party from 12pm to…