Young Tajik family finds home with Polish politician
Politician Marcin Święcicki matched words with deeds when he took refugees into their home.
Tajik refugees Sitora and Sanjar spent several months in Święcicki’s home with their baby daughter Simin. While they were comfortable, they always aimed to become self-reliant. Soon after publishing our story they moved out while still remaining friends with the Święcickis. They now rent their own apartment and Sanjar is working as a cook.
Bashir Khan from Afghanistan is glad to see his children getting a better education than he did thanks to their enrollment in a school in Bucharest.read more
UNHCR supplies virtual reality goggles to give Croatian teenagers a 3D experience of life in a refugee camp.read more
Czech illustrator is delighted by the response of refugee children to her new picture book.read more
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Emi Mahmoud, who is a world champion slam poet, performed at the huge Sziget music festival held on an island in the Danube River.
“Local, low-key, grassroots” – these are the watchwords of a Hungarian community foundation that seeks to include all foreigners, including refugees, in its activities
A simulated drama helps school students to understand how bewildering the asylum process can be for refugees.
Ben Salam from Ivory Coast was stateless from birth but he only understood the full extent of his problem when he reached Europe. Slovakia finally helped him to solve it.
Hungary’s actions overnight to force two asylum-seeking Afghan families to leave the country under duress is deeply shocking and a flagrant violation of international and EU law, the UN Refugee Agency said today.
Refugees see themselves multiplied by four in an imaginative open-air photo exhibition in the heart of Zagreb
Anass is one of several refugees using his skills at Croatia’s oldest printing company.
All across Croatia, refugees from the wars of the 1990s are finally getting decent and affordable homes they can call their own
Freedom and safety came at a price for Anne: she had to leave her children behind, with a very slim chance of seeing them again.
Acclaimed Greek photo exhibition goes on tour to Slovakia, a country with less experience of welcoming refugees.
A Syrian academic, whose own family home in Aleppo has been destroyed, works on a project envisaging the eventual rebuilding of the ancient city.