She travelled from the Middle East when she was fifteen. She’s now twenty-eight, and has lived under the immigration radar in London ever since. Steve Latham She came, she told me, by truck, train, car, van and boat, all the way. She was a victim of, what […]
He has a degree in Chemistry, has lived in England for the last two and a half years and is already developing his profession. ” If you put your mind to it, you push yourself, and you work, there is a possibility of a future”. Sonia Gumiel Seated […]
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.
In October this year, the first International Research Conference on Local Knowledge and Indigenous Studies will be held in the Philippines. Yi ZOU Based in Azerbaijan, International Multicultural Network (IMN) is an international group that connects researchers and practitioners from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds who are interested in […]
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.
Billions of people have poured their hope for the future into a new life in another country and continent. They emigrate following their dreams, in the hope of finding their place within a society different to their own.