It’s one thing to be a refugee and find a safe place to live. But it’s another to have to live in a safe place with the disturbing memories of the past. Sadly this is the case with many Syrian refugees, often children, who’ve never received help dealing with the trauma. Michal Bardavid met a young man in Turkey who’s trying to change that, by introducing creative therapy – and a bit of fun – to Syrian children.
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