Bournemouth University students stand with seaside locals to protest Trump and his “Muslim Ban”. The 90-day-ban which came into effect on Friday 27 January stops entry of travellers from seven majority- Muslim countries- Iran, iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The ban also sees a 120-day suspension of the US refugee admission scheme. The Bournemouth University society […]
Meet Jade Amoli-Jackson, 39, is a poet and author of ‘Moving a Country’. Her book tell stories of life growing up in rural Uganda, and then of the brutal conflict and violence that she and so many other people experienced. Her writing also provides an extraordinary insight into the process of seeking asylum in the […]
Meet Claudette Rutayisire, 40, the refugee counselor from The Republic of Congo. Listen to why she chose to counsel refugees like herself.
Follow @RefugeconnectUK Catch up with the latest pictures @refugeeconnectuk Keep up to date with the lastest: The Refugee Connect Read: Syrian Refugees on Surviving Britain Listen: Meet Claudette the refugee conselor Watch: Writer Jade Amoli- Jackon performs her story
Payday lenders are now facing one of their most controversial times. Yet, however inclined we are to protect ourselves, payday loaning carries on being an advancing multi-billion pound industry. Natalie Whitmore finds out from industry experts about payday lending.
Could the lack of sales in Bournemouth Christmas Market be because of the aggravated begging from the homeless? Footfall of the Bournemouth Christmas Market has turned out worse then trader’s had hoped. Although there has been some efforts from the organisers to bring tourists back into the area, with festive activities like an ice skating […]
Three stall traders share their experiences of The Bournemouth Christmas market 2013