In the world of manufacturing, Kaizen is a well known process where production is stopped in order to take stock. Machines are halted, workers consulted, improvements suggested. Later, with the workforce united, machines are rebooted, and off we go again. Our government could do well to investigate this […]
Patricia del Pino Roman
Patricia is an educationalist, artist and writer of British/Spanish heritage, who is passionate about Europe and intercultural understanding.
After a series of Parliamentary amendments that moved us not a jot closer to a solution to Brexit, are you, as the Broadway song declares; Bewitched, bothered or bewildered by it all? Leavers still seem bewitched by Brexit. Remainers of course are bothered; most desperately bothered, by such […]
Let’s go somewhere nice. Let’s escape the harsh winds of change, the fog of obfuscation and the mighty storm that is brewing in our unsettled political landscape and instead talk about a place in Europe that encapsulates what it is to be a modern European – Valencia. Patricia […]
The word ‘shenanigans’ was mentioned a lot last week, usually with the word ‘political’ placed before it. But isn’t it rather whimsical to describe the current situation in parliament as ‘political shenanigans’ when the outcome is more serious that this word suggests? The dictionary definition; tricks, pranks, nonsense, […]
Europa United would like to welcome Patrica Del Pino Roman to our team. Based in Spain, Patricia is an educationalist and writer with British/Spanish heritage. Patrica is passionate about Europe and intercultural understanding. In her first piece for Europa United, Patrica asks if Mrs. May has reached the […]