Introducing SonaTalks 2019

We’re thrilled to announce the world’s first event that focuses on the success, achievements and potential in refugee communities. #SonaTalks2019 will be an event to hear from refugees, organisations supporting refugee communities, and grass roots organisers and campaigners on the impact refugees have had on our society, and also hear new ideas on new approaches

Read the article by ABC News here

Sona Circle was featured in the press this week, detailing how the app and our new business, Sona Translate has impacted the life of a Syrian refugee in the UK. Check out the news story here.

A Poem…

This is a wave that’s washed ashore As a wave of people gather round A wave that’s spreading through the masses A wave that connects without a sound Waves that move underwater In the air and underground A wave of people who were lost And displaced that are now found This is a circle that

Refugee Stories - Amir, 18 from Afghanistan

Refugee Stories – Amir, 18, from Afghanistan

Amir, 18, Khora Refugee Community Centre. By Sona Circle App team. “It’s a hard life” These are the words of Amir, an 18 year old refugee from Afghanistan currently living in Athens. He was displaced from his home country of Afghanistan two years ago at the tender age of 16 along with his brother. Amir

Khora Community Centre, Athens

A quick look at one of the Centres for Refugees in Athens, Rami (interviewee) shares some critical insights into the real life of Refugees, as well as touching upon the Social media channels the community uses.  

Refugee Stories – Sandy, 30 from Nepal

Sandy is a 30-year-old refugee from Nepal who currently lives on the Island of Lesbos in Greece. She previously worked as a marketing manager in Nepal before switching to a career in Nursing to look after her grandmother when she fell ill. Sandy received a full sponsorship package to study fashion in India for two