"I'm worried that you might already be married to someone else now."
The repression of my homosexuality and the brutality of the Egyptian regime pushed me to leave Cairo forever.
Reza from Afghanistan baked his guardian, Marina, a cake to say "Cheers for helping out!"
One of the hardest challenges I faced when I first arrived in the UK was the language barrier. Thank God for my teachers, my foster family and soap operas.
My entire life revolves around the fact that I am a refugee, but parkour helps me forget the stuff that I can't forget otherwise.
It took some time, after moving to Switzerland, to be able to tell people apart. To me, in the beginning, all these light-skinned people looked alike.
As I started reading, the screaming and the sirens began to fade into the background.
Which is why I developed an app to help other refugees like myself deal with the Dutch authorities.
"I have experienced war and now I need a quiet life. Please don't judge me because of that."
"I might not have an ID card or any other documents, but fashion is my way of saying: 'I am Abdoullaye, this is who I am.'"
Although my teammates and I speak different languages, we are a team.