Society & Culture
Europe is us! Episode 25: Unaccompanied, young migrants
Europe is us! But who are we? Listen to our international podcast focusing on youth. Our guest this time is Rachel Rochelle, who came to Sweden from Uganda; she took a look back at her journey and commented on the biggest differences between the two countries, issues with documents and schooling she is facing, and the importance of her family being beside her in the time of her migration transition.
In The Watchdog's Perspective, we listened to an interview prepared by Myriam Baele, a journalist at RTBF, the Belgian public broadcaster. She talked to Sian, who traveled for 11 months to reach Belgium, about his dreams and the meaning of a successful life for him.
And Alexandra Crivilaru from JRS, a refugee service in Romania, tells us that many young migrants in Romania go from saying: "I know that I will return home", to changing this phrase to: "I will make a living here, in Romania."
Brought to you by Euranet Plus. Host: Dino Subašić. Photo: Mehmet Ali Poyraz on Shutterstock.
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