How nature is helping refugees in Sweden

By Rural Youth Project
17th September 2019
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Muin Ghulami arrived in Sweden as an Afghan refugee five years ago. Since then, the 18-year-old has learnt to speak four more languages, is studying to be a nurse and has become a leader in a project to integrate refugees through countryside camping trips.

Now he wants to roll it out to other European countries.

This podcast is produced by Jez Fredenburgh for the Rural Youth Project, a movement to spark positive change for and by young people living in the countryside. The Rural Youth Project is created and run by Jane Craigie Marketing.