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Time Magazine Article

Our valued ambassador, Rima Ahmadi, has had her work with Future Lives recognised, and has been chosen to appear on the front cover of Time magazine as a representative for both the millions of refugees fleeing conflict in their home countries and seeking stability where they are able and for the charities wanting to provide as much aid and security as possible. 93 more words

Meet Rima Ahmadi

In the spring of 2014, Rima Ahmadi’s parents were forced to come to the same decision that hundreds of thousands of other families had come to; they had to flee their war-torn home country of Syria and embark on the deadly journey towards Europe. 457 more words

The Burden of Representation

Just like Bollywood movies, Pakistani dramas tend to address minorities through the lense of an epic romance between star-crossed lovers

Still from Seeta Bagri.

Any Pakistani travelling abroad knows what it feels like to be a minority. 900 more words

How Much More Suffering?

One shudders at the thought of the sacrifice our brothers and sisters had to go through during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 on both sides. 101 more words

See how Messi plans to reward 6-yrs old boy who is his big fan

Earlier this year the photograph of a little Afghan boy Murtaza Ahmadi wearing a shirt which was made from a striped blue plastic bag went viral in which Argentine and Barca forward Lionel Messi responded by sending the boy a signed shirt. 66 more words

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4 Things Bebop Taught Me About Change

Truth is almost always more fascinating than fiction. It is also more complex.

Take for example the story I’ve told in other places and times… 1,780 more words

On File

Kuwait was the first time I had ever been fingerprinted. I knew then that one phase of my life had come to an end and that I was being forced into a new one – one I wasn’t quite sure that I wanted to embark upon at that time. 1,478 more words

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