Welcome to our country. I am sorry to hear about the unbelievable things you have been through but this country will make your life change for the better. I am glad you now have a safer and happier place to live. I know that it has been very rough for you but just remember that you are not alone. This country will provide you with much better possibilities and a fresh start. I wish you all the best for your future.
Content warning: this post contains references to suicide. Like many other asylum seekers, I am very concerned about the Government’s Rwanda plan. I put myself…
Before she was forced to flee civil war in Sudan, Amal was studying to be lawyer. But since moving to Britain, she has struggled to…
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