The March/April Big Issue Blog: Hamid’s Story

‘The entire world knows the situation in Afghanistan is very bad. Every day there is war, innocent people get killed. People can’t go to work, children can’t go to school. The situation is very bad. ‘I didn’t want to leave my country, but I had to. I was forced to leave after I got sh
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The January/February Big Issue Blog: Bringing People Together

Loneliness is hard to measure because, like many emotions, it’s a subjective experience rather than a hard medical condition. You can be deeply lonely in a marriage, for example, or even in a room full of people. But we also know that loneliness is unnecessary, and heartbreaking
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