The current events unfolding in Afghanistan have shocked the world and in today’s episode, Rajan stays in the U.K. to meet with Hardeep Singh, author and journalist who has been focusing on Afghanistan, the Taliban and the minority groups for many years.
The conversation takes a plunge into the horrific human rights issues taking place and it’s correlation with faith as well as the unavoidable “extinction” of minority groups including Sikhs, Hazaras, Hindus and LGBTQ who are languishing in Afghanistan.
The human race is one but are we, including our government and politicians, doing enough to ensure equality?
Are you a minority group in your country? What are your perspectives? Share your comments below.
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About Hardeep Singh:
Hardeep Singh is a freelance journalist, Deputy-Director for the Network of Sikh Organisations and assistant editor of the Sikh Messenger. He was a leading member of the Libel Reform Campaign along with science writer Simon Singh and cardiologist Dr Peter Wilmhurst. He is co-author of the volume Racialization, Islamophobia and Mistaken Identity the Sikh Experience, and has written for amongst others, the Telegraph, Telegraph Magazine, The Spectator, Quillette, Index on Censorship and The Guardian.
About the Global Indian Series
My name is Rajan Nazran Chief explorer for the Global Indian Series, the official platform for people of Indian origin (PIO), because let’s face it, we are everywhere!
For almost 15 years we have travelled across the globe covering 58 countries to date whilst exploring the kaleidoscope of our remarkable 50 shades of brown community.
Voyaging to the edges of the Amazon, facing Ebola in West Africa, being held hostage in Eastern Europe, tapping rubber in Malaysia, drinking chai with Heads of State and sharing laughter with local fishermen – I have been there, looking for us!
Our purpose is simple, to build a living encyclopaedia of the human experience of the community and a safe mooring ground for open discussions, whether you are an NRI, Indian Diaspora, person of Indian origin (PIO) or a fan of South Asian anthropology, what we do is bring people and communities together.
We do this by plunging into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin (PIO), taking a second look at the countries we now call home and tackling the conversations we need to know more about.
Through our range of award-winning original content (print, podcasts, events and TV) and fascinating discussions, our impactful stories and platforms have spearheaded national and international conversations that have brought people together.
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Guest – Hardeep Singh
Art Design – Vanisha Patel
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