Humans, not Numbers: Knowing the Stories of Migrants and Asylum Seekers

- 16:30 pm
Sat 2nd March 2024
Journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown explores the personal narratives of migrants and asylum seekers, transcending statistics. She advocates for empathy, dispels stereotypes, and urges a compassionate understanding of the shared humanity within the global migration discourse.

In this compelling talk, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown delves into the human side of migration and asylum seeking, shifting the focus from statistics to stories. Beyond the numerical data and political discourse, she explores the rich and diverse narratives of individuals who have embarked on journeys in search of safety, opportunity, and a better life. By emphasizing the importance of understanding the unique experiences, challenges, and triumphs of migrants and asylum seekers, she aims to foster empathy, break down stereotypes, and inspire a more compassionate and informed global perspective. Join her as she humanizes the conversation, urging society to see beyond the numbers and recognize the shared humanity that connects us all.

Suitable for: All ages
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Malvern St James Girls’ School

15 Avenue Road
Great Malvern
WR14 3BA

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