Back in 2015, the refugee crisis uncovered Europe’s ugliest face: thousands of people drowning in the Mediterranean, dying in the attempt to reach safe borders, just as the world’s wealthiest countries closed their doors and ignored the calls for help. Samir Hannouf is just one of over 5 million Syrians who has fled the war ravaging his country. Coming to Europe wasn’t a whimsical choice. “I had my own business back home, a shop where I would sell and install heating systems,” Samir explains. He had to leave everything behind and start from zero. Reset.  Samir was among the luckiest. He managed to reach the Netherlands and his previous experience allowed him to start working relatively quickly as a bicycle technician. His skills, combined with the willingness of the Ro...