What Strange Paradise review: A nine-year-old refugee’s ‘upturned fairytale’
A small boy is the sole survivor of a boat tragedy at sea when the refugees he is travelling with are lost. Omar El Akkad recounts his terrifying journey to the west, and the attitudes that have shaped his life ever since
The Channel crossing deaths must be a turning point for this government
Safe routes will save people crossing the Channel, not border patrols, says Minnie Rahman from the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants
Top 5 books written by refugees, chosen by Gulwali Passarlay
‘This idea that refugees’ stories are all sad, it’s not true.’ These are memoirs of hope, determination and love.