Millions of Muslims around the world observe the month of Ramadan by fasting, praying and giving to charity. Abdulrhman explores all the ways Muslims in the UK and around the world celebrate the Holy month and how these have changed recently.
There are a lot of misconceptions about the Covid vaccine, and it’s important to have all the correct information before getting vaccinated. To learn more about it, Abdulrhman speaks to Shilpa Patel, who is a vaccination co-ordinator in Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre.
While the Coronavirus crisis has brought uncertainty to everyone’s life, it particularly affected the Syrian families who were due to arrive just days after all international flights were halted. Abdulrhman speaks to some of these families to understand what their life has been like since the start of the pandemic.
Abdulrhman is back to investigate the community sponsorship scheme in the UK which brings together community groups to resettle vulnerable refugees.
Finding a job in the UK can be quite challenging if you don’t know much about the working culture, how the application process works and what documents you need to apply. Abdulrhman visits Breaking Barriers, an organisation supporting refugees in their job search, to find out more.
Learning English can be one of the biggest challenges when moving to the UK. Understanding the language helps everyone to communicate with all parts of the local community from finding a doctor to applying for a job. In this episode Abdulrhman visited Haringey Adult Learning Centre in …
23-year-old Syrian refugee Abdulrhman shares his journey from Aleppo in Syria to settling into a new home in London and introduces his new role with the International Observatory of Human Rights to help Arabic speaking refugees integrate into British society.