refugees in italy

A scene of the clearance of the former penicillin factory on Via Tiburtina in Rome | Photo: ANSA / Peri Percossi
A police operation evicted 30 Sudanese refugees who had been camping for three months in San Basilio, on the outskirts of Rome. | Photo: Archive / ANSA/ Claudio Peri
A demonstration against the Italian government's policy towards migration in Catania on November 19 2018 just before the 'Salvini Decree' became law. | Photo: Emma Wallis
A female immigrant in the cold in Crotone | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
A show at the Uffizi gallery in Florence. | Photo: ANSA/Claudio Giovannini
 Young people part of the project Ragazzi Harraga in Palermo Italy
Abdou Faye was accused of being a people smuggler on his arrival in Italy. He was forced to pilot the boat at gunpoint but he served his sentence and was then acquitted. This is his story. | Photo: Emma Wallis
Bright murals adorn the walls at the Centro Astalli in Catania | Photo: Emma Wallis
Abdoulaye Keita used to play top flight football, now he sits in a bed, unable to move his legs.
Trying to cross the border between Italy and France can be perilous at any time of year, but especially in winter.
Italy's deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini calls for the EU to stop treating Italy like a refugee camp
Migrants and police at the border between France and Italy in Claviere | Credit: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MARCO