eu resettlement program

NesT ("Neustart im Team") is a new German resettlement program for 500 vulnerable refugees | Source: UNHCR/Annie Sakkab
A banner reading 'Refugees Welcome' at a demonstration against the convention of the German right-wing 'Alternative for Germany' party (AfD), Riesa, Germany, 12 January 2019.EPA/MARKUS HEINE
NeST ("Neustart im Team") is a new German resettlement program for 500 vulnerable refugees | Source: UNHCR/Annie Sakkab
Rubber boats seen from above | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/F.Dana
Gebru Mehari and d’Hadush Tsegay from Eritrea were accepted by the Portuguese town of Fundão in September, 2018. Since their arrival, they have both found work in the agriculture sector. | Photo: Maëva Poulet / InfoMigrants.
A demonstration in support of migrants in Lisbon - placards say: "Everybody everywhere" | Photo: EPA/ANTONIO COTRIM

A demonstration in support of migrants in Lisbon. Placards say: "Everybody everywhere" | Photo: EPA/ANTONIO COTRIM
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A banner on Madrid's city hall encapsulates Spain's overall approach to immigration
Many people in need of resettlement are in African countries along the central Mediterranean route, according to the UNHCR
Chancellor Angela Merkel is under pressure to EU-wide solutions to the migration crisis
To avoid future claims for family reunification, the German government wants to take in entire families in the EU resettlement program
Sulaymon and Mohammad are getting to know more locals, who come to eat at their restaurant | Credit: Zivilé Raskauskaite