Last night Muslims from Bosnia, Syria and East Turkestan shared poignant stories of their journeys as refugees and how their lives were transformed by political repression and war.
‘We will pay a heavy price if we ignore lessons of Iraq’: Manchester Muslims condemn Soleimani killing
A representative of the Muslim communities in Manchester has released a statement condemning the killing of General Qassem Soleimani in Iraq.
‘I love the job, from potholes to reuniting families’: MM speak with Bury North Labour hopeful James Frith
James Frith is hoping to be re-elected as Labour MP for Bury North this general election yet the constituency remains a marginal seat, with Labour and Conservative both ranking at 43% in voting intention estimates.
Interview: MM chat to the former political prisoner now rethinking and rebuilding Syrian heritage from Greater Manchester
Haytham Alhamwi’s head was turned towards bettering his nation’s broken politics as a university student. Through peaceful protests and a brutal prison stretch, he now runs one of the country’s most vital Syrian support groups from Longsight, Manchester. This is his remarkable story.
Bloodyminded promised to be the UK’s first single shot live broadcast interactive feature film. If you think this sounds ambitious, you would be correct.
HOME is celebrating Refugee Week this week with a programme brimming with world-class theatre, film, art and performance.
A Greater Manchester-based charity, Human Appeal, are calling for an immediate ceasefire for innocent people in Eastern Ghouta to get to safety.
Human Appeal interview: Syria, six years on… ’50 families an hour have been displaced since the start’
Now entering its seventh year, the Syrian crisis has caused ceaseless horror, loss and devastation.
‘People coming out of Aleppo looked like they were in a concentration camp’: Q&A with Syria Relief executive Tasneem Albarazi
In the wake of the siege of Eastern Aleppo by pro Assad forces, and the continuing horror and strife across Syria, MM spoke with Syria Relief media executive Tasneem Albarazi.
Two Sikhs, Three Peaks… Manchester Grammar School cousins take on Welsh mountains for refugee charity
Two Mancunian cousins will take on the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge in aid of refugees this October.
After watching the news and reading stories of the desperate migrant situation in Calais, a Mobberley teacher and mother of four has decided to join the volunteer movement there.