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Book Ruminations Jun 15
My home was a war zone – did that somehow make me less human?
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Book Ruminations Jun 17
“However bad it gets, don’t come back” These were the words that 12 years old Guwali heard from his mother before she sent him away from home to Europe. Gulwali lived in Afghanistan, under the rule of...
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Gulwali Passarlay Jul 8
Thank you 😊 to all those who have read and left a review on Amazon or written their thoughts on social media so others can be informed of the importance of reading 📖 it. I am grateful for all your support & encouragements. Please keep recommending and reading.
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Fences&Frontiers Apr 13
Moving interview with , author of about his journey to the UK from Afghanistan as a 12 year old, our failures to protect refugees & how should make us reflect on our moral responsibility to others.
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Bookbisialimi Dec 18
"It's everybody's human right to claim asylum, it's under the international law." - Listen to a 30min interview with Afghan's first Olymipic torch bearer and author of Link below
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Karmaintime Jan 1
Would recommend this amazing bio from - first hand telling of being a child refugee. Beautifully told,
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Natasha Nicholls Feb 4
Recently finished this book and would really recommend .
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PruWaldorf Jun 17
Summit co creator Maddie is on today -as part of their refugeeweekuk programming- speaking alongside author of and refugee rights activist. They speak about activism &…
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Refugee Solidarity Summit 2020 Jun 17
Summit co creator Maddie - on at 2pm with @gulwali_passarlay author of . discussing the urgent need for ngos to examine organisational structures, centre the work round people with lived experience & be ACTIVELY
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Tess Berry-Hart #ICantBreathe 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 14
Read. This. Book. It’s incredible. Thank you for sharing your story.
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Essa Academy Mar 6
We would like to say a massive thank you to for joining us to celebrate World Book Day. All the pupils thoroughly enjoyed your assemblies and the Q&A with our aspiring writers! Copies of will be available in the library from Monday!
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Gulwali Passarlay Jun 23
Khala Horia jan that is very kind of you. I am a just concerned human. Your certainly our pride and we admire your dedication and commitments to human rights and social justice. As fellow Afghan I aspire to be like you. Many thanks 😊 and best wishes.
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Jen Parker - Virtual Assistant Apr 29
Raising awareness is the first step, let's help people who need our help. All you need to do is sign the petition, it takes 2 minutes ⬇️🙏
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Horia Mosadiq Jun 26
An incredible work on refugees must be read specially people who want to know what issues and challenges refugees are facing across the world. An excellent work by
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Audrey O'Reilly Jun 15
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Arvind Devalia Jun 18
You are one of the most inspiring people I've ever met - you are definitely much more than just a refugee :-) I recommend your book to everyone
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Diana Tremayne 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 19
Still time to get involved with - and to get a copy of 's excellent book
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Refugee Rights Europe Feb 16
We're honoured to have been working with champion as part of our advisory group over the past few years. Check out his organisation and of course his best selling book 👇👇👇
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Sue Jones Jan 11
Gulwali a refugee not believed age 13 now a graduate should be compulsory reading for politicians
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BLACK LIVES MATTER May 17
Delighted to be joining forces with founder of and author of for 2020, an annual UK wide global education awareness day organised by for this Wednesday 20th May.
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