Everything that I am I owe it to my mother and my grandmother mainly. They have been strong and brave women who have taught me that nothing is impossible because we are all capable.
Aaron, 18 years old.
My parents are very humble; however I made my own way and later I taught them myself. This made me understand that sometimes our biggest obstacle is ourselves. We are capable of doing better and leaving our mark on the world.
Nidia, 23 years old.
Migrating is difficult, but it teaches you to be a strong person with character. You have ups and downs, but you should always look for the right information and help.
Alexander, 35 years old.
Studying and working are important factors in the growth of a person, but d it’s important to keep in mind your human part, the importance of your life and your opinions; it’s important to be the youth of change and now.
María Cristina, 21 years old.
I left my country for a better future. Together with my family we had to adapt to the culture, the laws of the country and we have progressed here. I have met good friends along the way.
Angel, 20 years old.
I migrated from Nicaragua for a better opportunity and although it has not been easy, I have learned a lot. Above all, I consider it important to maintain a good attitude to see the opportunities that allow me to achieve my goals no matter where I am.
Marcela, 31 years old.
Due to a series of circumstances, I left my country. Without a doubt, I was able to start over and forget about the damage of the past. Now I am here full of strength and energy seeking my personal development with the help of many people who love and support me.
Catriel, 25 years old.
Despite all the difficulties, I decided to become an entrepreneur. That is why I tell all young people not to be afraid to do it and achieve their dreams. Limits are set by yourself.
Lourdes, 20 years old.
I met fear at an early age and despite that, I was able to get ahead; fear is an enemy that we can overcome. As long as we believe in ourselves, everything is possible.
Denis, 24 years old.
I am a woman with many dreams and today with this IOM workshop I realized that I was a victim of labor exploitation. Currently I am still studying, I have God in my life and a son that I love with all my heart, who inspires me to know that it is never too late to improve and move on.
Karen, 31 years old.
Since you never know what might happen, studying is essential to be prepared for any life situation. If you migrate to another country, never stop considering studying.
Diego, 18 years old.
From my point of view, the best opportunity that a migrant can have in the host country is to meet people who will become key actors in the development of our life in this new home.