|Subtitle||A Collection of Human Rights Poetry|
These evocative and thought-provoking poems draw back the curtain on the men, women and children who suffer in silence, dismantling socio-cultural norms and giving a voice to those whose rights, freedom and wellbeing are so often compromised. The hard-hitting realism of Arif-Fear’s poetry uncovers the issues in an uncompromising way.
Elizabeth Arif-Fear is the founder and editor of ‘Voice of Salam’, an internationally recognised human rights and interfaith platform. A longstanding activist and campaigner, she works with a variety of non-profit organisations and platforms to tackle a range of human rights and socio-cultural issues. This is her debut poetry collection.
“This book leaves you feeling that you have travelled the ambit of human exploitation and misery in the hands of an inspirational guide.” Amazon 5star
“It’s uncomfortable reading, the visual imagery is raw as if Ms Arif-Fear has cried her way through each stanza. The poetry is gripping; it’s a book which draws us through it at an incredible speed, as if you are on a train passing through the very worst and occasionally the best of human nature.” She Speaks We Hear. Read full review.
“This volume hits you right in the heart- it’s thought-provoking, & makes what can seem remote, almost academic, very very real.” Amazon 5star
“An amazing book covering a wide range of human rights related poetry.
Well worth buying!” Amazon 5star