Many asylum seekers make their way to northern Europe via the Balkans | Photo: picture-alliance/K. Nietfeld
An Afghan artist standing next to a painting | Photo: Ali Rahimi
Basma says she came to Austria so she and her family could live in peace and have new opportunities
A young man in Calais, northern France | Photo: Reuters archive
The first of five so-called hotspots opened on Lesbos Island in Greece in 2015. The Citizenship Identification Centers were intended to screen and register all incoming migrants | Photo: picture alliance/NurPhoto/M. Gael
Acting Migration Minister of Greece Giorgos Koumoutsakos (l), with Hermine Poppeller, Austrian envoy, in one of the donated containers | Photo: Greek Migration Ministry/dpa/picture-alliance
A pro-refugee demonstration in Vienna | Photo: DW/K.Traill
Austria has sent Greece 181 containers to be used as medical and hygiene facilities as well as accommodation to help ease the crisis on the islands | Photo: N. Economou/picture-alliance
Many migrants crossed Eastern Europe, including Hungary, at the height of the so-called refugee crisis | Photo: Picture-alliance
Many migrants have been separated from their close family members during their migration | Photo: Picture-alliance/Zuma Press/London News Pictures/P. Hackett
Sebastian Kurz and Angela Merkel | Photo: Reuters/H.Hanschke
Austria's new Justice Minister Alma Zadic | Photo: picture-alliance /APA/H.Punz