My name is Yasser, I’m 27 years old and born in the city of Homs, in Syria. I have lived 4 years in Sweden. I want to start by saying that I am a human like everyone else. Growed up and studied in Damascus. I often travelled from Homs to Damascus.Dublin Core: Language: sv Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
My name is Mansour and I’m 19 years old from Afghanistan.
Even when I was 10 years old, I felt like I was a little different compared to other children, but I dared not tell my family. I discovered that this issue was also forbidden in Iran. I could not stay there either, so I had to flee from Sweden to seek asylum.
My name is Hassan from Afghanistan. When I lived in Afghanistan with my family, my dad had a problem with a party called “Vahdati”. He had to hide somewhere.Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden
I was born in Lebanon and have four sisters. We moved to Syria because we are Syrian. I grew up in Aleppo with my mother because my dad died when I was 3 years old. My mom struggled to get education. Studied and worked in the university. I got my education at the university of Aleppo, where I studied international criminal law. I started my training with a lawyer, and after that I had my own company as a lawyer since 2005. I worked very hard. I made a good reputation. Had a good job, and good customers. I worked when the war started, but it was a very bad experience working during the war. Continue reading “Im a woman, a mother, a lawyer, not a refugee”Dublin Core: Language: en Subject: refugee, lawyer, a million stories, denmark, syria
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My name is Mohamed and I’m 17 years old.
I was born in Saudi Arabia but can still say that I am stateless. I grew up in Saudi Arabia and taught their tradition. The older I became, it felt like I was not welcome in Saudi Arabia.
My name is Khaled and come from Mosul in Iraq. I lived a regular life until the country became insecure and there was no future for me. I studied and worked during the summer. Then Isis entered the city of Mosul and it was not possible to live there anymore and I had to flee. I first fled to Syria and then to Turkey. I fled alone.Dublin Core: Language: swe Subject: asylum, refugees, A Million Stories, Sweden