Reflections on Hashi Mohamed’s Adventure In Social Mobility

by Ahmed Sule, CFA

In April 2017, Hashi Mohamed a Somalian barrister who resides in Britain presented a programme titled “Adventures in Social Mobility” on BBC Radio 4. I wasn’t aware of the programme until a couple of days ago when a friend brought it to my attention. In the next couple of lines, I will share my thoughts on the 36-minute documentary with a focus…

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