You have been through so much and we see and understand that. I hope you’ll be able to feel that many people here in the UK will welcome and support you as you build a new life, make new connections, begin to heal and relax, and hopefully find joy and meaning as you become part of this country.
Seble, now 28 years old, left Eritrea when she was 17. “I left because of religious persecution. They don’t allow you to be a Christian…
When Machozi arrived in Britain from a refugee camp in Burundi, she was determined to learn English so she could communicate with her new neighbours,…
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