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“Sometimes, people don't realize that it's their job that's making them sick”

Jaume de Montserrat, the Catalan Deputy Director General for Occupational Health and Safety

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Jaume de Montserrat, the Catalan Deputy Director General for Occupational Health and Safety

“I prefer to play characters whose personalities are as different as possible from my own”

Ivana Baquero: an actress winner of a Goya award and law student at the UOC

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Ivana Baquero: an actress with cult status, winner of a Goya award and law student at the UOC

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