Migrant Women are a source of untapped potential in the UK

MIGRANT WOMEN ARE A SOURCE OF UNTAPPED POTENTIAL IN THE UK By Mirela Sula, Founder of the Migrant Woman Conference When I arrived in London four years ago, I was working for my PhD research about migrant women. I was inspired through reading a lot of scientific articles, which helped me to understand the world […]

Media Alert – Diary Date

What? NWGalleryoffsite exhibition on feminism and art   Where? Menier Gallery in 51 Southwalk Street, SE1 1RU, London   When? Opening night, 6.00 pm, Monday 19th September 2016   The exhibition will remain open to the public until Saturday 24th September 2016, 6pm. For private viewing see details below.     The exhibition features nine […]

Female migration as an emerging topic

  Female migration as an emerging topic Mirela Sula Millions of people migrate each year for various reasons. For some, the motivation might be primarily economic with the hope of better employment. Others may migrate out of a desire for a better life, or to escape poverty, political persecution or social family pressures. In some […]

The challenges of integration as a spouse or partner

The challenges of integration as a spouse or partner Interview with Heather Harvey Settling in – a Research about Migrant Women from Eaves On 24th June 2015 we were invited to attend the launch of a very interesting research report ‘Settling In’ which was hosted by the MP Fiona McTaggart in the House of Commons. The research […]

What is your story?

What is your story? I remember when arriving in London that I promised myself – forget the past and move forward. Only two days before booking the flight to London, I met my publisher and signed the contract for my new book, ‘Don’t Let Your Mind Go’ and felt that I was leaving the burden of my […]