An extreme Privilege to be featured in the first time ” Amnesty Brave Awards 2020″ Special mentions by Amnesty International. Although I have not won the award this year, but congratulations to the winners from the United Kingdom. My journey for the Refugee and Asylum Seekers’ access to higher education will continue. A long way to go. Please everyone keep me in your prayers and thanks for your support and inspiration.
And special thanks to the organizations ( Amnesty International, Refugee Week, Counterpoints Arts, City Of Sanctuary UK, UNHCR UK, University Of Sanctuary UK, STAR, D6-Culture IN Transit, Curious Monkey, City Heart, Citizens Advice Newcastle, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Services, Refugee Action, Hope for the Young, Refu Aid, Duncan Lewis, IMIX UK, WERS, Action Foundation, Ben Sir, Rosie Tapsfield, Emily Zaara, Miss Andrea, Sean Summer Rees, Sam Slatcher, Laura Naude- Refugee Action, Jonathan Refugee action, Nicola – Action Foundation, Rosie – TWFRS, Tessa – WERS, SEan Gladwin, Matt – Hope for the young, Honey Summers- My mental health consultant, Emily Kidd- My Best caseworker NRM, My Gp doctor-Dr. J.F Carman, Simon Cronin- My best friend, Amy Golding- curious Moneky, Vanessa Schofield, these are the organization and individuals I am involved with and the people who are always there for me and support me to stand up and carry on my campaign. I miss my mother a lot and my Dad.