In Britain there is an annual publication titled ‘Who’s Who’, and this is a celebration of all individuals from various sectors who are at the top of their respective arena. It was established in 1849 and serves as a history of all renowned personalities from all walks of life, up to now it has 32,000 entrants. We have now taken the initiative to highlight distinguished figures in the Bangladeshi community here in Britain, and although there may have been many publications in the past attempting to do this we are different. Why? Because British Bangladeshis: Who’s W will be a legacy that the generation in 50 years time will be able to look back at and remember those
Being the Editor in Chief of this publication has proven to be a very arduous task, not least because there is simply so much talent that it is impossible to encapsulate it all in one book.
Foreword from the Editor
During these times where the UK finds itself in unprecedented and unchartered territory, especially following the recent referendum, it has become more important than ever before to highlight the brilliant contributions of migrant communities such as ours to the UK.
British Bangladeshi Who's Who
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