What motivates you to keep doing your legal aid work?
Being able to do something about [the challenges facing the people of this country]. Everything I do on a daily basis, everything I say on a daily basis, has in one way or another an impact on my [legal aid] organization, which has some impact on this country.
I want to be able to work. But I know I can't do it by myself. So I just hope there's a job for me. Meaning that I will keep on doing something that has an impact for my country. And I constantly try not to become disillusioned. I keep looking at different perspectives and from different angles. And the worst thing I could do, the thing that I'm afraid of most, is that I will be disillusioned. So I try to stay as clear as possible.
Read more of Thyn's interview in Speaking Their Peace.