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Trouble: TB Awareness
A Cat’s Attic: Peace Train Tour is Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ first ever tour of South Africa. In attendance of the first show, at the TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg, was Ingrid Schoeman, a survivor of drug resistant TB who, in conjunction with TB Proof, has dedicated considerable time and energy to fighting the stigma that
A Cat’s Attic – King of Trees Campaign
A tree will be planted for every A Cats Attic VIP package sold. Support the King of Trees by donating to TREE AID – more information available here.
Watch The Video for ‘He Was Alone’ (A Refugee Boys Story)
A message from Yusuf / Cat Stevens: “While the world faces incomprehensible numbers and statistics created by the refugee crisis the tragedy and story of a single soul gets missed. It was difficult to stand by just watching this tragedy without trying to do something. I simply decided to help humanize the narrative and lend
#YouAreNotAlone Charity Campaign
“I’ve just returned from a visit to southern Turkey and a camp on the Turkish/Syrian border in Gaziantep. People here have lost their homes and are waiting for peace to return, but the children still remain bright and hopeful. The visit was much appreciated and they sang for me. A beautiful human experience. Our campaign is called
Where Do The Children Play?
“I know we’ve come a long way We’re changing day to day” Let’s hope big changes are made today at the COP21 Climate Conference in Paris. #ClimateMarch www.globalclimatemarch.org
Yusuf Islam Foundation Meets Prince Charles
My daughter Asmaa, who runs the Yusuf Islam Foundation met with Prince Charles on behalf of Mosaic Network. They are doing a fantastic job of mentoring children from deprived communities in the UK.
Congratulations to Brondesbury College and Mosaic
As an ambassador for Mosaic (founded by HRH Prince Charles), I’d like to congratulate our students from Brondesbury College for their runners-up place in the Mosaic London Enterprise Challenge regional final! Mosaic continues to do great work to inspire the youth to realise their talents and potential.