Nazek Ramadan Life as a migrant: Trading safety with uncertainty By Lena Zechner Insecure and doubtful thoughts played on Nazek Ramadan’s conscience when she had to leave Beirut because of the ongoing civil war many years ago. Leaving her home country behind, she headed to the UK together with her family in search of a safer place to stay. When talking to her, the challenges she faced in the course of migration seemed to be never-ending, from language barriers to contrasting cultures. All the more impressive is how she eventually mastered the situation to make the best of it. To implement her visions and make a contribution “Migrant Voice”, a migrant-led organisation was founded by Nazek. She personally has no doubt that the current refugee crisis is manageable and tries her best to [...]

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