AYS Daily Digest 18/4/17: A letter from the inside of the detention camp in Hungary

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Belgrade, April 2017 (Photo: Lisa Bosia Mirra)

“The guard closed the small window” — A letter from the inside of the detention camp


The only question is: life or death?

“The priority needs to be saving lives, not patrolling a make-believe border. The further they stay away, the more people will die. Saying there is a pull factor is just ignorance. It’s avoiding responsibility,” the founder of MOAS said.


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A new point for informal education opened in Belgrade

“We’ve been slightly quiet preparing everything, but we can now happily announce that this week we opened up our dedicated education centre, ‘The Workshop’! Ran in collaboration with NorthStar and powered by international and local volunteers, the centre will be open five days a week to provide English language lessons and skill building workshops for migrants in and around Belgrade.” (Photos: RAS)




Grande -Synthe — A lack of information and atmosphere of mistrust

Photo: People in Motion


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Daily news digests from the field, mainly for volunteers and refugees on the route, but also for journalists and other parties.