Switzerland

Refugees from Ukraine have joined others in need of food handouts, Zurich, Switzerland, April 23, 2022 | Photo: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann
Guido Fluri plays football with some of the Ukrainian children he helped bring to safety in Switzerland | Photo: Anthony Anex / Keystone / Picture alliance
The Feuillasse collective accommodation center for asylum seekers near the Swiss city of Geneva | Photo: Sergei Bobylev/TASS/picture alliance
Many Afghan families are among the newly displaced, like these people in Kabul | Photo: Jorge Silva / REUTERS
From file: Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants' | Photo: Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters
Afghan, Pakistani and Bangladeshi migrants are seen on their way near the Turkey-Iran border in Van, Turkey, July 27, 2021 | Photo: Picture alliance/AA/Mesut Varol
The six members of the Tokyo 2020 Refugee Paralympic Team | Photo: getty/UNHCR/IPC
The 29 members of the Refugee Olympic Team for the Tokyo Olympics | Source: screenshot taken from Olympics.com on June 9, 2021
Luna Solomon has a dream of competing in Tokyo in July | Photo: Reuters
In 2022 and 2023, Switzerland will accept up to 1,600 refugees on its territory |Creative Commons
Migrants playing football at Karatepe refugee camp on Lesbos island, Greece | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/VANGELIS PAPANTONIS
A Congolese family heads to a new life in France, Cape Town International Airport, South Africa, March 2017 | Photo: James Oatway / UNHCR