A little “hope” for young Albanians exploited by the world of crime

In the association, you will find people who have experienced domestic violence or have fled forced marriages. The staff also assists women trafficked for prostitution or boys who run away from the enmity. For example, a 25-year-old man said he did not want to leave his parents and siblings eight years ago, but a dispute between his family and another family forced his father to pay for the boy to leave for England. . The young man’s request for asylum was rejected, but instead of returning home, he started working in the dark. Spent months living and working in a car wash, sleeping in the garage area, amongst chemicals and earning £10 a day. In 2020, he appealed his asylum decision, but is still awaiting a decision. His case is one of a backlog of 166,000 Home Office asylum files.

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