Tag Archives: Refugee Blues

It’s up to us

The writer has at times this week been unable to see much else when she closes her eyes, but images of drowned children… Clearly she is not alone in that. One possible response is despair, powerlessness, inducing a slide into … Continue reading

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MOAS & Refugee Blues

  Watching events unfold with horror… And also watching with horror some of the mainstream media and political response. Here is an initiative by one group, who were not willing to stand by. And a poem. ‘Say this city has … Continue reading

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