Articles by: Gabriela Bassi
Gabriela Bassi is a London based journalist with centre-left political view. Firm believer in possibilities of change through free universal educational system, she is actively pioneering in spreading awareness through alternative look upon current affairs tracing their roots in the history. In commitment to truthful service to her readers she provides a platform of open analysis challenging stereotypes while dragging the attention beyond the mainstream headlines, to important issues that really matter.

Eastern Europeans Suffer from Britain’s Failure to Grasp Food Importance

February 18, 2015 1:41 pm0 comments
Eastern Europeans Suffer from Britain’s Failure to Grasp Food Importance

Busy agencies hiring seasonal workers for the UK’s farms invite many Eastern Europeans every year and in full contrast to the domestic low interest in agriculture, the allowance of 21, 250 places for seasonal workers is never spared. But essentially UK fails to grasp its heavy dependence on citizens from […]

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‘Pussy Riot’ – How Freedom Brings Change

February 14, 2014 11:15 am0 comments
‘Pussy Riot’ – How Freedom Brings Change

A spectre is haunting Russia — the spectre of totalitarianism. While everything seemed set and ready for the first ever Winter Olympic Games in the country; the human rights activists from ‘Pussy Riot’ believe more important issues need the President’s attention, such as the promotion of togetherness and tolerance. ‘Pussy […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man: The good guy, the bad guy and the unproven

August 2, 2012 11:00 am0 comments
The Amazing Spider-Man: The good guy, the bad guy and the unproven

It is not necessary to be a cine-maniac to notice pretty easily that Hollywood loves to add some extra mysterious characters to the script to complicate the main action or just to keep the attention of the audience. The constant battle between good and bad is a key element in […]

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