In 2019, because I was afraid for my life and my children’s life
In Iran, Mashhad
It was not that much of a choice; it was the closest European country and I thought it would be safe there.
I honestly spend many days in the Greek-Turkish borders trying to find food for my children, and I needed information on how to be protected as a refugee.
Yes, a part-time job as a Farsi interpreter in a local migrant organisation in Thessaloniki
I often spend time with co-workers but I do not know if we are “friends”.
I feel safe and I think my children have started to like it here.
I do not have much free time but when I do, I like walking around the city with my kids.
I would like to start singing lessons, as it is my passion since forever and my family never let me do it.
Having access to reliable information about where to find services, as it is very confusing when you are new in Greece.
Not much, I think here is far better.