One of the projects I have been involved in during the Covid-19 pandemic is the Cov19 Chronicles Project. The project … More
This is an interactive visual story written by KATIE DANCEY-DOWNS about my journey fleeing my home country and the subsequent … More
This article first appeared in the HuffPost on 13/7/2016. The original text can be accessed via this link:https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ahmad-alrashid/syria-refugee-crisis_b_10967290.html It has … More
This video was first published on 5×15 website – The original post can be accessed Here ”Ahmad al-Rashid … More
This video was first published on TEDx Talks Published on 20 Dec 2016 Original video can be accessed from Here … More
When a community football team needs recruits and a group of refugees needs a new home, they turn out to be a perfect fit. But first, there is ignorance and fear and prejudice to be overcome. That’s the basis of an Australian film featured in this year’s Global Migration Film Festival. The theme of building understanding through sports works well on screen, but in a climate of growing Islamophobia, how well does it work in reality?