Hashi Mohamed, former child refugee, talks about social mobility in the UK
Hashi Mohamed will talk about social mobility in the UK, as it affects all of us in society, including disadvantaged and refugee children who share his own background.
He was born to Somali parents in Kenya and came to the UK as a child refugee in 1993, without either of his parents. Today he is a barrister and a broadcaster, commentating on a wide range of social affairs.
He is currently writing a book about social mobility in Britain drawing on his own personal experience. He does not think “because I did it, anyone can do it.”
Mon 25 June 2018
19:00 – 20:30 BST