Being an Afghan asylum seeker in Norway showed me how difficult it is for us to fulfil our potential
As the flight departed from Kabul and the plane climbed, my fears started to rise as well, most notably the fear of a long, uncertain trip. My heart was heavy with the weight of leaving behind my family, friends and country. I had assumed that once I reached a safe country it would not take me more than three months before I could start working as a journalist again. Unfortunately, that wouldn’t turn out to be the case.
As an Afghan woman I am thirsty for education – during the Taliban regime we weren’t allowed to study
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