Sunday, 25 September 2011

Pakistan Fashion Week with BPYC

BPYC Presidents Speech at Pakistan Fashion Week
BPYC Presidents Speech at Pakistan Fashion Week

BPYC Presidents meet and great
BPYC Presidents meet and great

Monday, 12 September 2011

Scottish Parliament Acknowledge BPYC

Scottish Parliament: Return to homepage
British Pakistani Youth Council (BPYC)

The BPYC was set up in 2009 and aims to “provide a platform for British

Pakistani young people to voice their issues, concerns and to engage in the

mainstream life of the society in the UK9

.” The BPYC website states that it

works with national and devolved Governments on issues relating to British

Pakistani young people, with particular emphasis on anti-radicalisation and

community cohesion. The BPYC undertakes campaigns both alone and in

partnership with others to “promote the lawful interests of British Pakistani

young people both in the UK and abroad10

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Portraiting Ladypool Road Birmingham

This is the first part of a series of portrait projects documenting Birmingham’s business men & women. The experiences and realities of these men and women are often overlooked and unrecorded apart from the personal memories and stories within each family.

Through this Portraiting project, we hope there will be a greater understanding of the experiences and stories behind the faces. Below we introduce you to the business faces of Ladypool Road Birmingham.

Ayan Jewellers

Grameen Khana

Popular Wines


Narinder Singh Pank, Plaza Restaurant

Almustafa Gifts

Grill & Thrill

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Visual Journalist
Zulfiqar Ali
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