Life in the Domiz refugee camp is explored through an interactive digital story using a hand drawn map as the basis. Four different routes can be navigated with different outcomes and stories. Each route has black and white pen drawings as a backdrop interspersed with photos, video, text, sounds and personal stories. Interactive story telling such as this is a powerful tool to access both an emotional and intellectual response thereby enhancing the learning experience. By showing both the unique and everyday experiences of refugees the observer is able to make connections to the characters while learning about the refugee experience and absence of rights, in contrast to their own lives.