Having nowhere to go. A heart-breaking tales of persecution, forced migration, separation and exploitation.
Anecdotes of courage, resilience, faith and hope.
Behind all the complex academic discussions and sensational news in the media about wars and displacement, refugees are after all humans.
Displaced and Forgotten: Memoirs of Refugees is hoped to bridge the gap between the majority population and this vulnerable group which is often misunderstood and misrepresented.
Because the world needs to know about the refugees’ stories, their experiences and their struggles in search of a place called home.
About the author
Raudah Mohd Yunus was born in Michigan in 1984. She completed undergraduate studies from Alexandria University, Egypt (2008) and masters at the University of Malaya (2014). Raudah spends her time reading, writing, travelling and serving refugee communities in Malaysia. She co-edited Tales of Mother: The Greatest Love (2015).
Md. Mahmudul Hasan teaches Literature at International Islamic University Malaysia. He obtained a PhD in feminist comparative literature (University of Portsmouth, 2007).