Talk the talk and walk the walk with us!

Can we meaningfully contribute to: End extreme poverty? Fight inequality and injustice? Fix climate change? Achieve the 17 Goals? The goals for sustainable development in the world have been widely disseminated, and you have undoubtedly heard of them.  These are instruments designed based on science, integrating the expertise of -literally- thousands of specialists in all fields of knowledge. However, they (more…)

May Day Celebration

May-Day celebrations are thrown to honor the spring season in the Northern hemisphere, an ancient spring festival, traditionally celebrated with maypole dancing. But is also known as the ‘International Workers’ Day’, created to raise awareness of poor conditions during the 19th century.  This year, May 3 is also a public holiday in the UK and Ireland, where (more…)

Women in health areas #StemWomen 

This is the invitation for the first Networking event of the Cluster of Women in STEM of the Global Network Europe Region. During this event, 4 women who work / research in Health Sciences will present their work to us very briefly. At the end of the presentations we will have time for questions and (more…)

Call for the 2021 National Science Prize

The Federal Government of Mexico, through the Ministry of Public Education, through the Award Council of the National Science Award 2021. Summons the institutions and groups that make up the list that, in accordance with the provisions of article 49 of the Law on Awards, Incentives and Civil Rewards, the Awards Council has formulated and (more…)

April 30th – Children’s Day 👶🧒 🎈 a mexican tradition

Magaly Flores, our #CreativeIndustries​ leader in #RedGlobalMXUK​, shares with us the narration of the children’s story “The very hungry caterpillar” to commemorate Children’s day in Mexico. This narration has the purpose of helping non native Spanish speakers children to practice the language. The Very Hungry Caterpillar has sold over 41 million copies worldwide in over (more…)

April 30th – Children’s Day in MĂŠxico

This is an event, organized by the Red Global MX Chapter Barcelona, El Garage Hub, and Grupo Educativo 16 de Septiembre, is designed for children and their families to learn and have fun with activities presented by professionals from various chapters of the NetworkGlobal MX. With the support of the Institute of Mexicans abroad. This (more…)

Volunteer Recognition Day

Thank you volunteers! April 20 is marked on the calendar as Volunteer Recognition day, and we want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our volunteer members for their time, passion, dedication and commitment for their work carried out between 2020 – 2021. We hope to continue connecting with more Mexicans (more…)

Dora E Corzo LeĂłn – MD, MREs, MSc Ph.D.

Big round of applause to our Fellow member Dora E. Corzo LeĂłn, for proudly being one of the winners of the Principal’s Excellence Prizes for COVID-19 response and recovery award. Dora holds a MSc in Medical Sciences by UNAM, another MREs and PhD from Univeristy of Aberdeen in Medical Mycology and Fungal Immunology. Currently, she (more…)

International Children´s book

In the mexican tradition, April is the Children´s month  and across the globe, we celebrate the INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN´S BOOK DAY on April 2nd each year.  Magaly Flores, our creative industries leader, invites us to celebrate the this days by reading the story: “Where the Wild Things Are”  (Donde viven los monstruos). First published in 1963. It is one (more…)

Mesoamerican Art: From the past to the present

The UK Mexican Arts Society and UNAM-UK present the introductory online course: Mesoamerican art: from the past to the present. We are pleased to present an introductory course of Mesoamerica. The objective of this program is to introduce  Mesoamerican Art to the British and the Mexican public, and raise awareness of the impact of the (more…)