Migration

Mobile phones are a lifeline for young refugees arriving in a new country

Iraqi refugee Amira Al-Qassab and four of her children are reunited with her son Rami as he uses his phone to Facetime the event to a relative as they arrive at Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus, Michigan, U.S. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Annamaria Neag

Marie Curie Research Fellow, Bournemouth University

Richard Berger

Associate Professor, Head of Research and Professional Practice, Department of Media Production, Bournemouth University

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