Our Migration Stories

Our Migration Stories

Showing emotion or hugging are not Japanese culture. When I started travelling I did not know how Japanese culture is good. I didn’t like having…
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I was born in Aleppo, Syria in 1979. I am 37 years old, married and have a 7 year-old daughter. I graduated from Law in…
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I moved to Sweden in the end of July and during my first 3 months in Eskilstuna (a little town near Stockholm) I felt like…
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"There are many photographers who exhibited the poor and negative Afghanistan, and won many awards for it, but my dream was always to be against…
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How often do we pause and appreciate what we actually have? Accomplishments! My university in France is one of the most selective universities in France.…
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I was born in Communist China in the late 1980's. I grew up in a family where both of my parent's childhood was filled with…
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Somaliland surprised me in every possible way. Delicious food, colourful cities and towns, happy people and natural scenery that stunned me wherever I went. My…
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My first encounter with Afghanistan was powerful, amazing and exciting. There were smiling faces everywhere, endless greetings, and lots of photogenic faces of people who…
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I was living a very materialistic life until 2009 while working as an Electronics Engineer in a French-Italian company in India. Though I had every…
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I came to Russia in August 2012 as an exchange student. I was at my last year of high school and I wanted to go…
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I painted this after hearing from my friends who made it to Europe.
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"What are you still doing here?" When I turn around I see Reza with a big smile on his face entering the courtyard of the…
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One of the most important lessons I have learned while in Russia was a lesson on diversity. The life, the landscape, the language, the climate,…
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This shows the entire journey of a refugee trying to reach Europe.
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“I always say that being a refugee is a condition and not a status. I have been in Kakuma Refugee Camp for 8 years. I…
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