by Victoriya Holland
As a foreigner, I was really excited to discover office life in the UK. However, I never expected that I would need to learn a different way of behaving. No one gave me any tips on how people in offices communicate here, and what
By Ernest Zhanaev
It was getting dark in London, but the Houses of Parliament were busy with issues around Brexit. The atmosphere was tense in the partially empty, grand Westminster Hall. The attention of a few people in the hall was on the screens broadcasting speeches
By Michelle Fuller
My therapeutic expression.
‘The hostile environment’ mental health epidemic is all part of the mock-up slavery system dreamt up in the deepest darkest part of her left ventricle. Her oxygenated poison pumped into her aorta supplying the rest of her body, pushing her hand
BBC broadcasting journalist Ziad Ghandour was one of millions of people to escape their war-torn homeland in 2015. Ziad was forced to leave his English Literature master’s degree behind in Syria to search for a less volatile place to call home. Four months later, out
Temesghen Debesai began his career in Eritrea, where he worked as a news anchor and co-founded the country’s first English television service in 1998. In 2006, he fled Eritrea and was granted refugee status in the UK.
He joined the first cohort of the Refugee
On Friday 29 March, it was an honour to welcome British journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown as she joined RJP participants for a lunchtime discussion at LCC.
Ugandan-born Alibhai-Brown, aged 69, writes about discrimination, immigration, and cultural issues faced by ethnic minorities.
She strongly believes