On their own ? Britain?s child migrants

Message board - share your memories

Are you a former child migrant? Or has your family been affected by child migration from Britain to Commonwealth countries. We would love to hear from you. Please share your memories on our message board.

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Wednesday 08 June 2011 04:48 GMT

It's a magnificent and awe-inspiring exhibition. Their history has opened my mind. I can't imagine that.

D Sweetland

Wednesday 08 June 2011 04:47 GMT

My oh my! How the world has changed in my lifetime! To remove children from their families because of lack of money really upsets me. To send children into the unknown at such tender ages is extremely thoughtless at best. Today we have phrases such as 'ethnic cleansing,' 'economic migrants' and 'emotionally deprived.' I do wonder how much the world has changed behind the language.

Rachel David

Wednesday 08 June 2011 04:47 GMT

It is a fabulous exhibition and sometimes it is very poignant. It is difficult to imagine how the child would support such pain.


Wednesday 08 June 2011 04:44 GMT

Sobering and enlightening exhibition. That so many overcame this beginning to build lives and families is heartening.


Wednesday 08 June 2011 04:44 GMT

I am thankful that I did not have to leave my family, friends and my own country to another country.

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