About one in 25 school-age children in Germany was born outside Europe | picture alliance
Ahmed Musa and his friends celebrate his degree at the University of Turin | Photo: ANSA
Community-based education programs like this one in Kabul, Afghanistan are often the only opportunity for refugee children, especially girls, to receive an adequate education | Copyright: Paula Bronstein for HRW
A doctor looks out of a window at a hospital | Photo: Picture-alliance
Bakari Coulibaly, known as Bouba, after receiving his degree | Photo: ANSA
School girl in Surkhrod District, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, 10 April, 2019  © UNICEF/UN0309029/Kokic
Many young people dream of getting a university education | Photo: Picture Alliance / dpa
The Piazza del Duomo in the northern Italian town of Trento | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIA TOMATIS
Migrants charge their phones and go online at the Cité des sciences library in Paris. Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants
Photo credit: Associazione Giustizia e Pace Onlus
Workers fix train tracks in Cologne, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress/C.Hardt
Archive photograph of Syrian refugees at the Islahiye refugee camp in Hatay, set up by Turkey and run by the Turkish Red Crescent to accommodate Syrian refugees | EPA/JODI HILTON