Qusai Al Rifai. Born in Syria, the capital Damascus. I left my country in 2013 due to the war and severity of my disability, called Osteogenises imperfecta (Brittle Bone Condition) Type III. I headed to Turkey and lived there for 2 years and seven months. Later on I decided to cross the Aegean sea towards Greece. In Greece I stayed inside a refugee camp for three and a half months waiting for my flight to the Netherlands after I registered on the IOM relocation program. I finished my secondary school in Syria but couldn’t continue further because of my disability. I can now do that here in Holland in translation or video game development. I speak Arabic, English and am currently learning Dutch. I am working as a volunteer for the Syrian Researchers initiative as a translator and editor. My first concern about the world is for all of us to live in peace and harmony without any disturbances, raise awareness of human rights, freedom of speech and civil liberties. Protection against violations on disabled people in third countries is a matter of great importance in general and also specifically at the current level in war zones. I currently live in Utrecht in a practical apartment with 24/7 of daily assistance.