attitudes to refugees

Denmark's Minister for Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye speaks to the press ahead of a EU Special Justice and Home Affairs Council on the response to the situation in Ukraine, at the European Council in Brussels, Belgium, 27 February 2022 | Photo: Stephanie Lecocq / EPA
The choir members raise their voices to share a message of unity and peaceful coexistence | Copyright: Citizens of the World Choir
Deportations to Afghanistan are usually met with protests | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Balk
An archive picture of African migrants crossing the Egyptian border at Sallum in 2011 | Photo: Imago / Xinhua
Disinformation travels fast and lies about migration adapt to the news cycle | Photo: picture alliance / AP Photo
Preparing a meal at the Newcomer Kitchen Project for Syrian migrant women in Toronto, Canada, 2016 | Photo: picture-alliance/C. Katsarov
Migrants at a rally in Naples, Italy | Photo: ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
Representatives of seven cities signed the pact to create a network for migrant reception | Photo: AMREF PRESS OFFICE
The porn industry is quick to catch up with current events, including the refugee crisis | Photo: Colourbox
Most people in wealthier countries like Switzerland think their community is a good place for immigrants to live | Photo: picture alliance/M. Trezzini
Italian police and military secured the crime scene | Photo: Reuters/F. Lo Scalzo
Hungary's controversial transit zones along the Serbian border are policed by military units | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/Photoshot/A. Volgyi