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Refugees

Interviews

A place of their own

‘Trust is very important in our culture,’ says Khalida Obeid, founder of the Afghan Women’s Support Group at Nestle’s Avenue Children Centre in Hayes. Ms Obeid founded the group after years of seeking to help other Afghan women step out…

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Opinions

It’s a jungle out there

More specifically, it’s a refugee Jungle in Calais, France. I am going to play a little game with you. I’m assuming you’re sitting in some sort of comfy chair. Let’s start with removing this comfort. Next, eliminate your family. Remove your freedom of…

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The return of Afghan refugees

For the past thirty-five years, Afghan refugees have migrated to Pakistan, escaping the fire of war, instability and terrorism, which has erupted in their own country. Living as refugees for decades, Afghans have developed strong bonds with their Pakistani neighbours….

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