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  • Sabine Waldner with her daughters, Charlotte and Miriam, host two Syrian refugees, Juan (16) and Mohammed (16), classmates from Damascus, at their home in Falkensee, Germany. This portrait is part of the No Stranger Place series, which portrays locals and
  • United Kingdom. Emily, a social worker from Australia, lives in London with her partner, Gijs from the Netherlands, and Areej, a refugee from Sudan. Photo: Aubrey Wade / UNHCR
  • United Kingdom. Hilary Parle, 63, a retired GP and her husband, Jim, a professor of family medicine at Birmingham University, are hosting Yonasskindis*, a 72-year-old Eritrean. Photo: Aubrey Wade / UNHCR
  • United Kingdom. Charles Elliott, 61, and wife Catharine, 55, have are hosting Hussein, 20, a refugee from Ethiopia in London. Photo: Aubrey Wade / UNHCR
  • Sweden. Single mother and librarian, Linnea Tell, hosts Syrian gay Muslim artist, Alqumit Alhamad, who is now thriving in Malmö.
  • Austria. Sabine David, husband Dominique and daughter Nora, 1, host Afghan refugee Nooria Youldash and her 2-year-old daughter, Aysu, in Lavanttal.
  • Germany. The Jellinek family hosts Syrian Muslim Kinan from Damascus, in Berlin Mitte.
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