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Reform Magazine | December 13, 2018

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A letter from

A letter from… Liberia

27/11/2018 |

Yusuf learns to sew in Liberia

I am 23 and live in West Point, a township of the Liberian capital city, Monrovia. My home was washed out to sea last September by the coastal erosion taking place here. Since then, … Read More

A letter from… Cameroon

30/10/2018 |

Desire, in Cameroon, explains how his sight was restored

I am from the central region of Cameroon, where I live with my four boys, wife and mother. When I was seven years old, I realised that something was wrong with … Read More

A letter from… Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

01/10/2018 |

A complaint from the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

In 1969, the Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff released the song ‘Many Rivers to Cross’. Sung in a plaintive voice, the song explores loss and being lost on a … Read More

A letter from… Nepal

28/08/2018 |

Krishna, an earthquake survivor, reports from Nepal

I’m 72 and I live in Gorkha, Nepal. My village was destroyed in the 2015 earthquake and since then I have been living in a dilapidated shelter on a steep hillside.

It is … Read More

A letter from… an Irish minister in exile

26/06/2018 |

John McNeil Scott reflects on how Ireland has both grown and regressed

Margaret Atwood famously described the Canada/US border as the world’s longest one-way mirror. Similarly, the view from west to east across the Irish Sea is always clear, while … Read More

A letter from… Singapore

29/05/2018 |

Peter Cruchley writes to ‘Auntie May’ from Singapore

Chinese media outlets nicknamed Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, ‘Auntie May’, after her three-day visit to Beijing early this year. The term ‘auntie’ is used for key allies of Beijing

 

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