Many people fleeing hardships in their countries of origin, pack up, and head to Britain in search of a better life. But unexpected economic struggles, discrimination and feelings of alienation upon their arrival often lead to huge amounts of disappointment and psychological distress.
This is one of the oldest cultures in the capital city. Is it dying, has it migrated, been pushed out by outside influences or is it evolving?
They were born in the UK to parents who were children of those that came in search of a better life overseas. Having lived here their entire lives with better skills, more opportunities, higher levels of economic resources and a detachment from their grandparent’s homeland, can they still be considered […]
The story of a third generation migrant in the UK. The twenty-two year old granddaughter of migrants from the Caribbean was born and raised in England, but feelings of disconnect from both Britain and her ancestors’ homeland have kept her belief of where she belongs torn. Michelle Gooden-Jones […]
The 1st International Biennial of Education in Architecture for Children and Young People is an event which seeks to gather experiences related to this topic from around the world. The Prisma – The Multicultural Newspaper is one the sponsors of the event. It is also a platform from which […]