Tag Archives: Peace

Back to your roots

A few weeks ago while watching X-factor something remarkable happened. A group of ladies were introduced backstage and they all met in a London Choir. But they looked like a POP group and when they came on stage a few … Continue reading

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#Imagine Colombia, through the lens of Angela

My name is Angela Marcela currently studying Peace, Conflict and Development in the University of Bradford. While I was writing these words I realised that some readers probably don’t even know where Colombia is. Colombia is located in northern west corner … Continue reading

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#Imagine Philippines, through the lens of Leo

‘Peace is possible amidst diversity’ My name is Leo Buccahan, an MA student in Peace, Conflict and Development. I was raised in a remote village in Luzon, one of the three major islands in the Philippines. With 7,107 islands that … Continue reading

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#Imagine Congo, through the lens of Furaha

  My name is Furaha Mussanzi; I am a 23 year old Masters student in African Peace and Conflict studies at the Bradford University. Prior to doing this Masters, I did my undergraduate in Interior Design at Liverpool John Moores … Continue reading

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