In Germany, eight out of ten people believe that racism is a common phenomenon when looking for accommodation, according to a report. | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
From file: Accommodation center for asylum seekers in the 'Allianzhaus' in the city center of Mainz, Germany | Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa/picture-alliance
In Cologne, finding an apartment can quickly become "Mission impossible" | Photo: Marco Wolter
Picture shows one of the rooms of the multi-functional space promoted by Ikea in Corsico. PHOTO Courtesy of Spazio Polifunzionale Corsico: Ikea and Progetto ARCA
From file: Construction work in Munich, Germany, in August 2022 | Photo: Picture-alliance
A view of people queuing in front of a tent at the arrival center for refugees from Ukraine at the former Tegel Airport in Berlin, Germany | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/CHRISTOPH SOEDER
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has claimed the problem was due to a housing shortage | Photo: Picture-alliance
From file: asylum seekers in Germany | Photo: B. Thissen/dpa/picture-alliance
Even though LGBTQI+ rights are guaranteed across the EU, Greek asylum authorities seem to be having a hard time catching up to this reality | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
From file: Migrants camping outside the Ter Apel asylum center, waiting to get a hearing | Photo: Imago
Migrants are temporarily taken to emergency shelters due to a lack
of hygiene at the Ter Apel asylum registration center, Netherlands August 26,
2022 | Photo: REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
The Ter Apel asylum center has been making headlines for weeks | Photo: Imago/AP