EU-funded health centers across Turkey are helping Syrian refugees get access to medical care without any language barriers. InfoMigrants tells you how to deal with the delicate subject of Germany's Nazi history and EU members of parliament visit a refugee camp in Jordan. Read more in today's news summary.
EU funds Turkish health centers to help Syrian refugees: New, EU-funded health centers are opening across Turkey to treat and employ Syrian refugees in effort to remove language barriers they face when seeking medical care. Read more here.
EU parliamentarians visit model refugee camp in Jordan: The Mrajeeb Al Fhood in Jordan, built by the United Arab Emirates for Syrian refugees, is considered model of good design. A European parliamentary delegation recently visited, praising the camp's structure. Read more here.
Judge orders new investigation into 'children’s shipwreck' A Rome preliminary investigations judge rejected the request for an investigation into the October 11, 2013 shipwreck of a boat carrying Syrian refugees to be shelved. Around 300 people, including about 60 children, drowned. Two top navy and coast guard officers have been charged. Read more here.
UNHCR calls for response from human rights defenders for special report: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has put out a call for human rights organizations and individuals working with people on the move to provide their experiences in an online questionnaire. Read more here.
How to deal with Germany's Nazi history: The horrors of the Nazi regime still resonate throughout Germany and will continue to for many years to come. However, there are ways to learn more about the darkest chapter in modern German history without upsetting anyone. Here's a list of what you can do and what you should avoid.