everyday europe

Awet Tesfaiesus moved to Germany as a refugee and is now a lawmaker | Photo: Felix Zahn/photothek/picture-alliance
Khalil Ahhad, from Kabul, Afghanistan, arrived in Greece in February, 2016. He applied for asylum on the island of Samos | Photo: AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis
Migrants in the make-shift Saint-Denis camp, in the outskirts of northern Paris, in November 2020. Photo: Mehdi Chebil
Migrants sit at the docks in Arguineguin, Canary Islands, Spain, waiting to be tested for COVID-19 prior to be put under quarantine | Photo: EPA/ANGEL MEDINA
A woman wearing a niqab | Photo: Reuters/S.Wermuth
The heads of the CGIL, CISL, and UIL unions have presented a new five-language handbook to explain the world of work to those with limited Italian skills in the CISL offices in Trento | Photo: ANSA
Across Europe, coverage of migration has decreased since August 2015 | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/c. Schmidt
OASI on the street was created by Mosaico, a support group for refugees, founded and run by refugees in Turin | Source: Screenshot mosaico
Insurance contract for a new car | Credit: imago/blickwinkel/McPhoto/Erwin Wodicka
An office of Poste italiane in Naples | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
In Europe, recognized refugees, asylum seekers and those with a tolerated stay have the right to a basic payment account | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
Applying for asylum in European countries is currently free | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Schönberger