The School of Law, Social and Behavioural Sciences and the Psychology Society are hosting a solidarity event this Thursday following the recent tragedy in Turkey and Syria. More than 47,000 people died after two powerful [more…]
The KU Somali Society started a collection campaign of hijabs and abayas for women in need in a Syrian refugee camp. The society is collecting scarves and abayas, a dress-like garment that some Muslim Women wear, for One Nation, a charity working [more…]
Kingston University’s Politics Society and United Nations Society teamed up in December 2014 to hold a fundraiser for the displaced members of the Kurdish city of Kobane in northern Syria. ISIS militants captured the city [more…]
In just five days ISOC raised £18,000 to build a village for Syria’s orphans and widows
Tatiana Dias and Hanette Ibrahim spoke with two KU students who shared their disheartening experiences during their summer in Egypt.
Students from Syria are fighting for financial support during the current conflict in their home country.
Kingston’s Syrian students welcomed the news that the Government is urging universities to waive their fees.
Being able to walk down the street is a luxury for Syrian student, Amer Labania. Caroline Bursell That hated lecture, the countless essays, a robe at graduation and graduating at all – they’re all privileges to [more…]