Mohammed talks about his journey from Syria and life in England as a refugee with his wife and child. His wife Paraah also contributes and shares her views on life in Hull.
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|Location:||Greenwood Avenue Library, Hull|
|Date of Interview:||08/02/2016|
Time Code Notes
[00:00:09] Resettled from Syria, now living in North Hull. Describes life he left in Syria – danger, fighting.
[00:02:55] Journey through Turkey to England. Self-financed, difficult decision to make.
[00:05:10] First impressions of Hull – has been learning English through TV.
[00:07:00] Difficulties for refugees, communication, finding work with English as a second language, time not given for familiarisation.
[00:10:30] Difference in bringing up children, health care, safety. Hopes to return home and re-unite with his family when Syria is safe.
[00:15:30] Daily life with his wife and son in the city. How he feels people view him.
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