Vladimir Petkovic, 862 km
The Migrant Who Struggled His Way To The Top Of Swiss Football
Noemie, 6,223 km
"The positive part of migration is that you become more cultured and enriched, and hopefully you can pay that forward wherever you go."
Roberto, 650 km
"Change is inevitable, whether you seek it out or it comes to you."
Ravi, 6,914 km
"Migration represents a chance to become a global citizen and to enjoy the amazing diversity that makes up our world."
Rachel, 14,711 km
"Home is about people. In that sense, it's something you can carry with you, and build in a new place."
Aqeel, 5,473 km
"I hope to bring a sense of love, peace, happiness and friendship with me to each new place I go."
Agathe, 465 km
"Integration means getting over the idea that a migrant will stay a migrant, both new arrivals and the locals need to understand this."
Lidia, 5,909 km
"It is not leaving your country that frightens; it is the possibility that one day there might not be a country you can call yours."
Sylvie, 465 km
"I don't like the word 'integration,' I prefer 'inclusion'. We all have to work to be a part of the society we live in."
Tiffany, 7,064 km
"The world is much smaller than we realize, therefore we all have a lot in common."
Marian, 9,079 km
"Being a migrant means doing whatever you have to do in order to follow your dreams, and that is what I am doing now."
Mariia, 5,909 km
"Being a migrant means learning to be more organized, more persistant and in some cases stronger than everyone else."
Doreen, 6,185 km
"Migration means giving people the freedom to go places where their lives can be improved and they can improve the lives of others."
Sabina, 4,233 km
"We can learn from migrants and see them as the strong individuals that are equal to us, rather than people who automatically need help."
Denise, 9,443 km
"Home is no longer a physical place for me, it is a feeling — one that can be found wherever there is love."
Dan, 8,020 km
"Borders are just something to be crossed to discover new things on the other side of the world and about oneself."
Alessandro, 837 km
"We have to respect each other, accept the differences that divide us, and fight against any discriminatory laws."
Ezra, 786 km
"Choices that affect other human beings should be based on facts as opposed to conjecture."
Barbara, 896 km
"Ask as many questions as you need to. If you don't understand the answer, keep asking!"
Fadi, 3,687 km
"I come from a land where we helped the migrants and refugees before some of us become refugees ourselves."


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