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Until When: The Journey Of A Refugee
  Until When: The Journey Of A Refugee They Journey to no mans land, Walking on the road, dry land
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Cancer, You Picked The Wrong Girl
Cancer, You Picked The Wrong Girl Nineteen years old, bold and courageous, beautiful and wise, positivity flowing through her veins.
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The Denial Of Genocide: Srebrenica Massacre
The Denial Of Genocide: Srebrenica Massacre Bosnia has a turbulent and disturbing history of ethnic cleansing and the period of
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Identified By Faith And Association
Identified By Faith And Association Every time you are out and about, without even registering the thought, you are profiling
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Life On the Other Side Of A Hashtag: Families Of The Detained
Life On the Other Side Of A Hashtag: Families Of The Detained Your home is your private place for recuperation,
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Poem For The Rohingya 
Poem For The Rohingya Roots of Truth, they linger. What faith, does a heart truly have? If it does not
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Islamophobia on my doorstep – how long till it knocks on your door?
Islamophobia on my doorstep – how long till it knocks on your door? Whenever I witness the reporting of a terror
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Emotional Residue
Emotional Residue Me First, Everyone Else, Nowhere. (oil and acrylic on canvas)     The Long Journey Home (acrylic and
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A Poem For The Souls Of Grenfell
A Poem For The Souls Of Grenfell I can only imagine the cackling skin. Presented by the flames that roared
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In Pursuit Of Home
In Pursuit Of Home In vast halls Claustrophobic rooms Long meandering corridors. Within the bricks The clay The mortar. By
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A Man of War

A Man of War

A Man of War A letter from a Syrian soldier to his wife Everyone was sleeping dreaming of homeland, freedom and love. I was alsoRead More →

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Capturing Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals

Capturing Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals

Capturing  Nigeria’s Diverse Individuals Ajobiewe Tolulope, a photographer based in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria uses his camera to capture the infectious joy of the averageRead More →

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Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain

Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain

Children of Cambodia’s Trash Mountain Life for some of Phnom Penh’s poorest families  is a messy one. They live amid mountains of garbage in Stung Meanchey,Read More →

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Let’s dance for Newroz

Let’s dance for Newroz

Let’s dance for Newroz Reminiscing the happiness of my homeland  Newroz refers to the celebration of the traditional Iranian new year holiday of Newroz in Kurdish society. Before the Islamization ofRead More →

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Paralysed and Positive

Paralysed and Positive

Paralysed and Positive “I got fed up of suffering” I spoke to Steven Webb who has been paralysed since 1991, and  suffers from autonomic dysreflexia.Read More →

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The Journey Since 9/11

The Journey Since 9/11

The Journey Since 9/11 Reflections on Peace Many organisations and individuals have written on ‘ten years since 9/11’. Like them I would like to express heartfelt sadnessRead More →

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The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen

The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen

The Tweet That Fed 8 Million People in War-torn Yemen It’s not so often in the media that we hear of the happenings in Yemen,Read More →

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