Tag Archives: Refugee Crisis

The boy on the beach: when the political becomes personal 

1972, a Vietnamese girl, Kim Phúc, burnt by napalm, flees naked and crying from her bombed village. 1989, a solitary pro-democracy protester resolutely stands in front of a line of tanks in Tiannamen Square and blocks their path. Both were just ordinary … Continue reading

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Refugee Crisis: a call to action

Please watch this video by made by Krish Kandiah of Home for Good: Prayer Vigil – this Tuesday 8th September at 7pm, central London Details and links from for the call to action outlined in the video: 1. Pray – 24/7 has … Continue reading

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We are the problem: Western militarism created this ‘refugee crisis’ – by Alan Storkey

Home is where the heart is for most of the world’s population. People do not readily leave home, family, jobs, friends and their familiar life to tramp across borders and take their lives in hock in perilous crossings. Our public … Continue reading

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