One of the essential responsibilities immigrants have is to adapt to the new country’s way of life.
For adaptation to daily life, immigrants need help and have to learn every day.
Some of you have many experiences in adapting yourself to the new environment; you may help and share your experience and knowledge with others through our workshops.
As an immigrant, you may change yourself faster to the environment by:
- Communicating with the locals
- Reading their history
- Respect them
- Learning their language
- Help them to help you
- Try to do your best job wherever you are
Our responsibility is to help each other achieve our goal and together create a better place to live
- Become a volunteer
- What we owe to our societies
The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing your best for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.
Every country, according to its needs, leaves its borders open to immigrants.
Immigrants are uninvited guests that must adapt themselves to the new environment, comply with the laws and conditions of the country of its choice. They should help enhance the country’s cultural, social, and economic development. Immigrants’ behavior in the new society will shape and will be decisive for everyone’s’ future.