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Bilal Abbas Hussain
City University, London

Recently graduated with a BA Journalism degree at City University London, Bilal is an aspiring young journalist from Pinner, Harrow.

He's written for the Guardian newspaper and website, published articles for several local papers and currently works for media training organisation Armitage Bucks Communications.

Main interests are Humanitarian/Conservation news, Politics and Arts and Culture.

 

Twitter: oneyounghack

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The rise of commerce and technology has been evolving the experience of taking in art in the modern world.

Is art losing its cultural value as investors lock up classics in vaults for profit?

The rise of commerce and technology has been evolving the experience of taking in art in the modern world.

It isn't hard to become homeless in today’s world, and London needs to be mindful of empathising with the struggles and strife they bear.

London needs to do more to protect its homeless citizens

It isn't hard to become homeless in today’s world, and London needs to be mindful of empathising with the struggles and strife they bear.

His art ranges from abstract to expressionist, black and white to colour, and even erotic.

Saul Leiter's prophetic influence on social media

His art ranges from abstract to expressionist, black and white to colour, and even erotic.

The Sanctuary Scholarship Scheme will cover the entire course fee for those receiving no financial assistance from the UK Government

Bristol University to provide free degrees for refugees

The Sanctuary Scholarship Scheme will cover the entire course fee for those receiving no financial assistance from the UK Government

The William Heath Robinson Trust was given the go ahead in 2012 and, when open, will be the first new bespoke museum in London since 1976.

Museum to celebrate work of artist and humorist William Heath Robinson due to open

The William Heath Robinson Trust was given the go ahead in 2012 and, when open, will be the first new bespoke museum in London since 1976.

Britain will now embark on a new and uncertain future.

EU Referendum results raise concern amongst students

Britain will now embark on a new and uncertain future.

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