- ekō magazineekō magazine is a platform for migrants, volunteers and activists. It was founded after I came back from volunteering in Greece in collaboration with Goldsmith's Student Action for Refugees group. It exercises freedom of expression and centres around accessibility and information sharing being published in English, Arabic and Farsi.
- Karisma's StoryKarisma did not feel safe to be filmed. "My biggest fear coming here was to receive threats because of my sexual orientation. I’ve already received threats, I was not allowed to file a complaint. The police here are racist. They do not accept that black people file complaints.“ Karisma has been in Europe for 7+ months. Karisma experiences homophobia and racism on a daily basis. Karisma feels insecure to express his sexuality. Karisma does not feel supported as a black man. In the wake of global
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- ekō Magazineekō magazine was founded in collaboration with Goldsmith's Student Action for Refugees group, as a platform for storytelling and creativity. It is a means of exercise freedom of expression and bringing together the voices of the refugees, asylum seekers, volunteers and activists. Published in English, Arabic and Farsi, ekō magazine centres around accessibility and information sharing.
- ekō issue 6: We Cannot Walk AloneWhat an amazing opportunity to collaborate with the wonderful team at @counterpointsarts ✨ Thank you to everyone involved for their ongoing support - ekō is so blessed to have such a positive and talented community!! To purchase a copy of ekō issue 6 or see some of our past issues, visit: ekozineonline.com
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