The refugee hero: What do children think?
Imad Elabdala, a Syrian granted asylum in Sweden, has written the world’s first children's therapy book with a refugee hero, designed to tackle mental health problems among displaced children.
A class in Stockholm was joined by children from a refugee camp in the city to hear Imad tell the story. This is what they thought.
This was produced as part of BBC News School Report.
(Photo: Refugee girl smiling at camera. Credit: BBC. Reporter: Maddy Savage, Camera: Benoit Derrier, Editor: Ellen Tsang)