displaced persons

From file: Refugees often report suffering mental health issues but not finding the help they need | Photo: D. Lipinski/empics/picture-alliance
An Iraqi man received official documents as Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) seek to get personal Identification cards and birth certificates for their children who were born under the rule of the Islamic State (IS) militants, at Hassan Sham camp for displaced people, east Mosul, Iraq, 17 December 2020 | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/GAILAN HAJI
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, speaking at the 19th edition of the Festival of the Mind in Sarzana, September 2, 2022 | Photo: ANSA
Mohamed Alkalifa Ag Mohamed lived as a refugee in Mauritania for six years before returning to Mali where he works for UNHCR as a communications assistant | Photo: Credit: UNHCR/CHADI OUANES
From file: Ethiopian Internally Displaced Peoples (IDPs) who fled the fighting in the Tigray region take shelter in a make-shift IDP camp at a school in Dessie, Ethiopia | Photo: Archive / EPA / STR
Refugees line up for lunch in a migrant reception center in Subotica, Northern Serbia | Photo: PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/EDVARD MOLNAR
UNICEF says more than 36.5 million children are among those people currently displaced worldwide | Photo: Picture-alliance
The UNHCR said the EU should be concerned about refugees fleeing from the Sahel region | Photo: Ben Stansall / AFP
AFP  | Internally Displaced Persons in Maiduguri, Nigeria.
Two refugee African students, of Eswatini (Swaziland) nationality, comfort each-other after they manage to pass the Romanian-Ukrainian border crossing point in Siret, northern Romania, 27 February 2022 | Photo: EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT
Many African students say they have spent days to get to Ukrainian borders | Photo: Cristian Stefanescu/DW