Please listen to Corinne, the “proudest non-British Brit you can imagine” as she describes herself before the referendum and hear about her struggles now and how she lost all sense of belonging since that vote in 2016.
This poem is about my experience of 4 weeks (28Aug-26Sep 2016) in University Hospital Southampton from coma after near fatal cycling accident. Dedicated to our amazing NHS medical teams: especially: Laura Z, Fei Q, Maria J, Darlene R, Doris H,Rachael C, Christine R C, Hannah T, Marie Rui S, Sam W, Carlos P, SN “Koo”,
France24 news anchor Eve Irvine interviews Elena Remigi, founder of the In Limbo Project live at 0735 on Wednesday 30th January 2019.
Elena Remigi interviewed by Briar Stewart of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday 14th January 2019
Founder of In Limbo Project and editor of both In Limbo books Elena Remigi is interviewed by Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC) news reporter Briar Stewart in Maidenhead on Monday 14th January 2019. The day before the historic unprecedented defeat by 230 votes of PM May’s “withdrawal” bill in the House of Commons. http://Array Suhana Meharchand
James: Cosi is in Liverpool. Cosi, what would you like to say? Cosi: Good morning James. James: Hello. Cosi: I’m normally quite strong. James: Yes. Cosi: I’m normally a very vocal advocate for the In Limbo Project. I am sure you have heard about our book ? James: I have. Cosi: Our hashtag: #InLimbo. James: Yes. Cosi: Because
The In Limbo Project Team travelled to Parliament Square to meet up with our friends in Stand of Defiance European Movement “I have always believed that this is our home together equally, not apart or segregated from each other. For friends who never had a say in this to be treated so badly is unacceptable.