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Hayley Dwyer – Blog 4: Finding that Balance

I have to admit — this is tough. The days pass by and I forget to take a moment to connect with myself and my emotions. Everything around me, including myself is constantly moving and changing its form and meaning…. Continue Reading →

Hayley Dwyer – Blog 3: Adaptation to the unfamiliar

Today basically marks the four-month period that I have been navigating through my new life in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I have no idea where to begin this blog as I am overwhelmed with emotions of wholeness, disheartenment, and dread. I… Continue Reading →

Hayley Dwyer – Blog 2: The use of language

  Under Malaysia law, refugees and asylum seekers are considered “illegal” immigrants and are subject to arrest, detention, prosecution, whipping and deportation. Their illegal status puts them in a position where they are unable to access health care services, education,… Continue Reading →

Hayley Dwyer- Blog 1: Introductory Podcast

Catch my interview with Tracy Hampton before I head off to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where I will be working at the Malaysian Social Research Institute.

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