The New Yorker – Staff writer and past ICWA Fellow Nicholas Schmidle traces the incredible journey of one Syrian refugee in his latest piece. Gahith, a Syrian law student, fled his home country and traveled across Europe, encountering other refugees, smugglers, police brutality, and mores, crossing ten borders before reaching eventually Sweden. With input from spokesman for the International Organization for Migration and past ICWA Fellow, Joel Millman, Schmidle explores the current situation for Syrian refugees in detail through the lens of Gahith’s story. Read “Ten Borders” at The New Yorker.