Chapter 6, page 58:
In search of better life chances, knowledge and identity
Social mobility, migration, seeking new opportunities, betterment of ones life, personal and professional development can be defined as life goals that people work towards achieving, hence have a feeling of satisfaction and enjoyment. Yet when a person changes his homeland and birthplace, things take a different dimension. He moves from what is familiar and commonplace, to what is unusual and different. In this journey, many have lost their ways and traditions, and acquired the habits of the new host country.
- excerpted from The Straight Path To Success by Nour-eddine Aboudihaj, 2019
14 September 2017
"This is what the establishment does. It claims to be constructing a fair and unbiased enquiry. It claims to serve us, and then takes the power of all judgement FOR ITSELF which is classism. It makes the assumption that this community is uneducated and cannot provide someone of the right calibre to be reasonable and logical. This is insulting as well as unreasonable."
- Christina Sealy, responding to Sir Martin Moore-Bick, who opened the Grenfell Enquiry with the announcement that, in the interest of an "unbiased" enquiry, local/impacted voices would be excluded from the panel of advisors
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