Emigration is not just a question of adapting to life in a new country but also of having to deal with feelings of guilt, loneliness, homesickness, frustration and expectation.
Growing up as a third generation migrant in the UK, with origins from the Caribbean and Africa, I have become aware of Britain’s racial divides. Despite being labelled ‘British’, I sometimes feel out of place in the country I was born.
Building Young Brixton, a consortium of six Lambeth based charities and social enterprises, has successfully secured over £850,000 from the Mayor’s Young Londoners Fund. Anna Coffey This money, paid over three years, will see 10,500 hours of support and programmes delivered to over 1,000 young people. Competing across […]
A series of panel discussions about the experience of social and political movements that have secured governmental power will take place in February. While they have achieved several victories, many obstacles still need to be addressed. Marcella Via Labour unions are organizations aiming to negotiate better conditions for […]
Attracted by Lebanon’s potential as a wine-producing region and nostalgic for his homeland, Maher Harb left a consultancy firm in Paris, fixed up a disused family farm and recently launched his first vintage, which he aims to market to Europe.