I left my country in 2013 to start a new chapter of my life in London. I was escaping from my home country’s narrow-minded and toxic culture, which never truly allowed me to explore my own self and be fulfilled in my personal and working life. I was looking forward to working hard in order to finally pursue my dreams. I was also trying to end a toxic relationship that was holding me back in life and giving me a lot of pain. I came to study and took my Master in London, enjoyed the study very much and got a distinction, all while working as a waitress. I was looking for a better job post-graduation when 23 June happened.
We have been reduced to a depersonalized mass of migrants and our lives have been plunged into a state of limbo to the point that many of us now wonder: “Where is home?”.