Our Correspondents write about Migration, because it is a deeply personal topic that is often dehumanized. Children, fathers and mothers become ‘refugee flows’. People from other countries too quickly become a ‘Them’ as opposed to ‘Us’. But: people like you and me have always been migrating, and we always will. Whether this is from Colombia to Chile (see Juan Pérez Jerez's story), from Bulgaria to Syria to teach English (see Kamelia Khalil's story) or whether you engage with people who have migrated from your own country in Norway (see Lene Mortensen's story).
By sharing their personal stories, we hope to re-humanize the topic of Migration.