Vignettes — #9

© Daan Spijer

“So, remind me, Mr Afghadi, what work you were doing before you left your country.”

“Please, call me Imran. I like people use first name in this country.” Imran is sitting a bit uncomfortably on a metal chair in a soulless office run by an NGO charged with helping refugees. Facing him across a stained desk is a young woman with dark curly hair and rimless glasses. Looking at her, he acutely misses his…

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Lawyer, mediator, award-winning writer and photographer, living with his wife Sally in Mt Eliza, (south of Melbourne) Australia

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Daan Spijer

Daan Spijer

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Lawyer, mediator, award-winning writer and photographer, living with his wife Sally in Mt Eliza, (south of Melbourne) Australia