Hannah has worked with refugees and asylum seekers across the world. Listen to her inspiring talk about the resilience of child migrants and our common responsibility to fellow human beings. And we met her in Mile End park….
Abdullah – #ChildMigrantsWelcome submission
Abdullah aged 8 came from Bangladesh with his mother to join his father. He hopes that even after Brexit people will feel welcome in Tower Hamlets and make it an even better place to live.
Cristine – #ChildMigrantsWelcome submission
Christine feels very English and British but has impressive international heritage. Her father’s roots go back to the Apache Indians and her mother comes from Austria.
A second year student of biochemistry from Malaysia has got over her nervousness and now finds her fellow students treat her as one of them. She hopes this culture of welcome in Britain does not change……
Pavol – #ChildMigrantWelcome submission
Pavol came from Slovakia at the age of nineteen 3 years ago. He can’t complain at all!
Sarah – #ChildMigrantsWelcome submission
Sarah from QMUL’s Public Engagement Team talks about her volunteer work with refugees in Dunkirk at QMUL’s Festival of Communities in Stepney Green Park.
Leanne – #ChildMigrantsWelcome submission
One of Leanne’s grandparents came from Ireland and one from Jamaica to help build up Britain after the war. There were notices on the doors No blacks, no Irish, no dogs. She likes to think we are more tolerant but she is not entirely sure….
Kerry – #ChildMigrantsWelcome submission
Find out why Kerry calls herself an undercover migrant.