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  • Sweden. Architect Lars Asklund hosts Syrian refugee Farah Hilal, her husband, Waleed Lababidi and her brother Milad Hilal, in Malmö.
  • United Kingdom. Simon Goldhill, professor of Greek literature at King’s College, Cambridge, his wife Shoshana, a lawyer, and their daughter, Sarah, 27, who is studying medicine, are hosting Faraj, 21, from Aleppo in their Cambridge home. Photo: Aubrey Wade / UNHCR
  • Photo: Lucien hosts Hussam, a refugee from Syria, in Lyon, France.
  • 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
  • Portrait: Anaïs, Vincent, and their son César, host Afghan refugees Zulfeqar and Battarine, in Saint-Priest, France.
  • Sweden. Single mother and librarian, Linnea Tell, hosts Syrian gay Muslim artist, Alqumit Alhamad, who is now thriving in Malmö.
  • United Kingdom. Ingrid Van Loo Plowman and her son Ross host three refugees in their home in Epsom: Isak, 18, from Ethiopia, 19-year-old Abdul, from Syria and a 31-year-old engineer from the Middle East who declined to be identified for security reasons. Photo: Aubrey Wade / UNHCR
  • 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
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