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Portraits de Syriens

Shiar and Shireen Kanjo are Syrian refugees. But, first and foremost, they are an English teacher and a civil engineering undergraduate who dreams of becoming an architect
(Daniel Elkan/IRIN)

Objets de pitié ou employés potentiels dignes d’intérêt ? Les Syriens qui arrivent sur les plages de l’île grecque de Lesbos ont de solides CV.

Imogen Wall, rédactrice d’IRIN pour la politique humanitaire en a interrogé quelques-uns sur les compétences professionnelles qu’ils ont à offrir à l’Europe et sur leurs objectifs de carrière.

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