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With the unknown to the unknown

I have absolutely no idea how we managed to congregate somewhere at the end of the world just because someone needed help. I am extremely proud as well that I am a part of all this.

Marie Jahodová19. 03. 2017

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Fear is stronger than pain

In November 2015, I followed the refugees on their way through the Balkans. I ended up all alone on the fringe of a road a few kilometres from Szeged, Hungary.

Michal Pavlásek17. 03. 2017

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Not being afraid to look it in the face

Europe can truly claim its Christian identity only when it opens its doors in solidarity and emphasis tolerance as a required component of love. After all, the Muslims are not our enemies, but brothers on the same path.

Jakub Múčka27. 02. 2017

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Slovakia: one year from “crisis”

It has already been more than a year since Slovakia confronted migrants and refugees in its domestic public discourse. However that is where they have remained, in the discourse, never physically present.

Zuzana Števulová22. 02. 2017

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“What are you doing? There are people here!”

Tens of thousands of people remain stuck in extreme conditions at the north-eastern border between Jordan and Syria. Médecins Sans Frontières has been calling for immediate recovery of the humanitarian aid for the people stuck there as well as international protection for them.

Jitka Kosíková21. 12. 2016

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A light in the fog

The thicker and more impenetrable the fog around us, the more it makes sense to kindle a light in it. And we will do our best at every turn to radiate light for people on the run.

Jakub Adámek12. 12. 2016

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The Greeks showed us a great deal of solidarity

Maher left Syria with his family, crossed the sea on a boat and, after landing successfully in Greece, made it to Germany. While learning the language and preparing for a job, he dreams about returning home to a peaceful Syria.

Maher Al Hamwy5. 12. 2016

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Happiness? When the war is over…

Kamal is a mathematician and enjoys playing the chess. He left Syria because of the horrible experiences he endured there in prison and hopes he gets the chance to finish his studies in Germany so that he can support his siblings still in the southern Syria.

Kamal11. 11. 2016

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Nostalgia is not a refuge

I feel foreign again in this America, teetering on a political moment fraught with the ugliest overtones I have ever witnessed. I think of how to live in American anew.

Fatima Ayub8. 11. 2016

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Sometimes they were like us… refugees

Sufyan from Pakistan shares with us his story on why he decided to leave his homeland, his experience in other countries, and why he changed his mind about education.

Sufyan7. 11. 2016

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