Pavol came from Slovakia at the age of nineteen 3 years ago. He can’t complain at all!
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.
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….
Find out why Kerry calls herself an undercover migrant.
Wiles talks of her environmental work in schools and asking parents to bring in plants from all over the world
Tina, for short, talks of how her parents migrated from North Africa and how people are surprised when she says she is of African descent. “I am proud to be African. Migration is the greatest thing that can happen to a place.”
Yvonne taught unaccompanied minors in the camp in Calais for a month.
“Fantastically motivated to learn”
Merlin from Stepney Farm talks about her experience of education and her child’s school and the positives of diversity.
David, who came from Germany before his 18th birthday – he loved the colour and smells of Brixton market – so different from where he came from.
Louise, mentor with Refugee Support Network and Tamana, mentee, talk about the value of their relationship and Tamana, from Afghanistan, talks about who has welcomed and supported her in the UK.