anchor centers

Entry area of the Conn Barracks, home of an anchor center in Geldersheim/Niederwerrn, northern Bavaria | Photo: Johannes Hardenacke, government of Lower Franconia
A woman carries her child in an initial reception facility in Bitburg, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/H.Tittel
Entry area of the Conn Barracks, home of the new anchor center in Geldersheim/Niederwerrn, northern Bavaria | Photo: Johannes Hardenacke, government of Lower Franconia
The asylum seeker center in Herkules Street in Cologne is under lockdown after the highly-infectious South African mutation of coronavirus was detected, 1 February, 2021 | Photo: Picture alliance/Geisler-Fotopress/Christoph Hardt
There are several anchor centers in Germany, like this one in the Bavarian town of Ingolstadt | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/M. Balk
Entry area of the Conn Barracks, home of the new anchor center in Geldersheim/Niederwerrn, northern Bavaria | Photo: Johannes Hardenacke, government of Lower Franconia
Unimaginable challenges await migrants who cross the Mediterranean to Europe | Photo: Picture alliance/R. Brito
Selma is waiting to find out whether Germany will grant her asylum | Photo: InfoMigrants/M. MacGregor
Germany's AnkER centers, like this one in Bamberg, have been heavily criticized | Photo: InfoMigrants/M. MacGregor
Deportation procedures involve the enlisting of dozens of additional security forces, making them challenging to coordinate |  Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/B. Roessler
The first Anchor Center in the Bavarian city of Ingolstadt opened in July 2019 | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Balk
Many female asylum seekers say that they don’t feel safe in communal accommodation | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/J.K.Hildenbrand
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