Through her own work and life story, Amal is looking at the ‘refugee crisis’. By outlining the differences between migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, she argues that being a refugee is not a choice and hence the world should not be blaming punishing people who are titled as such.
In the end, we are all human. Amal is a campaigner for human rights and social justice in Scotland. Within the Mental Health Foundation, she takes responsibility for the development and delivery of new and innovative projects with asylum seekers and refugees. She has a BA in Community Development and an MSc in Human Rights & International Politics from the University of Glasgow.
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