Amal Azzudin - The Glasgow Girl putting refugee rights on the global stage


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Check out Amal's Bio and recommended resources here:

Amal Azzudin is a Human Rights campaigner and Social Justice Activist now working for the Mental Health Foundation and as an ambassador for the Scottish Refugee Council.

Amal's passion for human rights and social justice began when she rose to fame as one of the Glasgow Girls in 2005 after campaigning against dawn raids, and the detention and deportation of asylum seekers in Glasgow.

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Listen out for: Amal's Mum making a milestone phonecall, an interesting way to pay for the bus and what happened to Kez's sleeve on the way to the interview.

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