A study of the lives of three Europeans who have been living as refugees in Serbia for more than 15 years.
Serbia is the only European country with a protracted refugee population. More than 90,000 refugees from Croatia and from Bosnia and Herzegovina remain there, victims of wars that erupted after the break-up of the former Yugoslavia in 1991.
These long-term refugees live under appalling conditions in dingy apartments and overcrowded collective centres – the nearest thing to refugee camps in modern Europe.
This set of pictures tells the story of three displaced people, the problems they face and their hopes for the future.