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‘I miss my family’: LGBTQ+ Afghans who fled Taliban on life one year since fall of Kabul

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Micro Rainbow is the frontline organisation that has supported and welcomed 82 LGBTQ+ people to the UK from Afghanistan and their family members over the last twelve months.

One year since the fall of Kabul, the charity reflects on the impact it has had on the lives of those LGBTQ+ people who reached safety in the UK and asked them for their views.

Finding safety Arriving to the UK has been life saving for many of the people Micro Rainbow supports. Due to their background, jobs or activism, they risked violence, abuse and potentially death by the Taliban.

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