Interviews with asylum seekers (MIGRATION3)

  • Interviews with asylum seekers

    The task

    Out students have carried out a serious task - they conducted interviews with asylum seekers in their countries, and learned more about this important topic in contemporary Europe. Check out the interview reports.

    Interview with Bulgarians who emigrated to Germany

    The interview addressed issues related to the reasons for a family to emigrate to Germany.
    The family talks about their life in Germany and their plans for the future related to their life there.

    Emigrants in Bulgaria

    This is a story of a family of a Bessarabian Bulgarian and a Russian woman who find refuge in Bulgaria.
    They talk about the reasons that made them leave Russia.
    They share their desire to stay in our country.

    An interview with a refugee from Iraq

    Zagreb sixth-graders participated in an interview with Ms Aymen, an Iraqi refugee in Croatia, and Ms Lana V., a social worker at the Croatian Red Cross. Here you can read the report!

    Lidia Nistor, Scoala Gimnaziala Romanu, Braila, Romania

    As our school was closed because of the pandemic, we had to find a new way of coping with this task. Therefore, I decided to integrate this topic into the curriculum and to explore the topic during the English classes. The aim of the lesson was to encourage creative writing and give students a voice. They wrote interviews and letters on the topic. It was a great opportunity to foster empathy and experience how things are when they place themselves in someone's shoes. All their writings are collected together in the pdf file that is attached.