Aneeta Prem first novel about Forced Marriage. What would you do if your best friend went on holiday and didn’t come back again?
But It’s Not Fair Synopsis
Vinny’s safe world is turned upside down when Abby Kambi and her very traditional family move into the neighbourhood. Vinny and Abby quickly become best friends and Vinny starts to see how different life could be for her. Abby and her family go abroad to her cousin Sarina’s wedding in the summer holidays and Abby doesn’t return to school. Vinny and even spoilt brat, Sofia realise that there are far bigger issues than make-up, Facebook and getting your homework in on time.
The importance of But It’s Not Fair
Young victims of dishonour often confide in their best friend about their anguish. In our school sessions, we talk about how the friend should react and what steps they can take to help the victim. We have donated tens of thousands of copies of the book, “But It’s Not Fair”, written by Aneeta Prem. It’s a funny, easy to read and informative take on the issue of forced marriage and a useful educational tool. The book comes with the backing of the government who have a link to it on their website
About Aneeta Prem
Aneeta Prem was born and raised within the sound of the London’s Bow Bells. Aneeta’s family originates from Himachal Pradesh, ‘The Land of the Gods.’ She is the Founder and Life President of Freedom Charity. She was the first qualified female Black Belt karate instructor in the UK. Aneeta is a Magistrate, chairing adult, family and youth courts.