This book is for the world to rediscover the souls of children who are not treated as children. It’s for the world to see the truth so that the next time each person comes across a street child like the ones in these stories—they’ll feel something, feel something enough to yearn to fight for what’s right and try to change these children’s fates.
Rubaiya Murshed graduated from the Department of Economics, University of Dhaka, and is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Cambridge. She was a member, volunteer, and tutor at the Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign (CRRC). She was a teacher at Sunnydale school shortly before joining as a lecturer at the Department of Economics, University of Dhaka. Rubaiya is a regular contributor to The Daily Star and The Dhaka Tribune. She became a part of the Bot-tola School, a project that tried to benefit the children featured in this book. She is the co-founder of the Blue Roses Foundation, an organization that focuses on the needs of underprivileged children. Nobody’s Children is her first book, and she wants to share