Kadir, a twenty year old Kurdish refugee living in Norway, shares his views on growing up with war and living as an immigrant in Oslo.
Norway is one of the richest countries in the world. It is also the most democratic, according to (HDI) the Human Development Index 2011. With it's emphasis on standing up for human rights across the globe, Norway takes in tens of thousands of refugees every year from Africa to Asia. This is cause for concern on the political right, as it's own native population (4.7 million) is steadily becoming saturated with with refugees from all over. A closer look at the trials and tribulations of an immigrant in Norway.