Hear the story of Rabia Nasimi whose family fled the Taliban and arrived in the UK as refugees. Rabia is now doing a PhD at Cambridge University. Sue Shorter talks about her work with Operation Christmas Child and describes what it was like watching gifts being distributed to children in Swaziland. And Kelly Mansfield, editor of a new magazine called Speak Your Mind, talks about putting the first edition together.
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