In light of it being Refugee Week, here is Fawad Alizada talking about trauma as someone born in Afghanistan in 1991, shortly after the war with the Soviet Union and during the civil war which followed.
"It has one of the lowest ratios of research in relation to burden of the disease"
"[LSE] symbolised freedom"
"It is not us versus the rest of the world"
"The only people who could help us at that point were the Georgian military"
"The main thing that I tried to stress when we disbanded the club was that this wasn't just a punishment, this was to be an opportunity"
"Women are grossly under-represented in leadership roles across the continent in everything but parenting"
"The real goal basically is to shape the perception that it's okay to have different political views to people"
I kinda realised there were 17 year olds right now, at that moment, sitting in prison for the entirety of their natural born life, with no chance of rehabilitation. They were just thrown aside.