‘I dream of being an accountant’: Wall of Dreams shines refugees’ hopes over London 

By Danuta Kean

Mohammed, a gangly 17-year-old who fled Syria with no hope of seeing his family again, dreams of being a footballer. Drita saw a side to humanity no 16-year-old should during her journey from eastern Europe. Now, she has pinned her hopes on becoming a teacher. Continue reading ‘I dream of being an accountant’: Wall of Dreams shines refugees’ hopes over London 

Loneliness

By Adnan Mouhiddin

Sitting by the window in Starbucks close to my work, I observed, for few minutes, people passing by, running to the nearby station or other destinations. People from all faces, colours, and ages. Millions live in London, yet loneliness is one of its major issues. Continue reading Loneliness