On refugees | Olivia Williams

In this article Olivia Williams speaks about how the North East of England has reacted to the refugee crisis. In an increasingly communicative, interconnected and pluralistic age, there happens to be a terrifying paradox going on. As we increasingly become dependent on one another across borders, across faiths and across cultures, suddenly the urge to…

I welcome refugees | Stevie Preater

  Durham is a city full of divisions. Student and local, rich and poor, young and old, native and foreign – all these things can at first glance set us apart, but in fact it is this very diversity which makes our city such a vibrant place to study and live. One division that some…

Refugees Are More Than A Statistic | Phoebe Price

London is uninhabitable. Five years of war has turned the bustling and flourishing city to rubble.  Every resident has been forced to leave, taking only what they can grab to relocate their lives to an unfamiliar province of England. They are still not safe.  Every person from Greater Manchester, Birmingham and Coventry has had to…