Young migrants talk in a shared apartment in Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain, 7 December 2017 | Photo: EPA/Roman Rios
The Syrian refugee camp shelters in Arsal are set for demolition | Photo: Khaldoun Zeineddine
Between 250 and 300 migrants live in a sports hall on the outskirts of Nantes. Photo: InfoMigrants
Some migrants involved in the Philoxenia housing project in Greece.| Photo: IOM
Bulldozers demolishing shacks used by migrants near Foggia | PICTURE: ANSA
Migrants in the port of Reggio Calabria rescued in the Channel of Sicily | PICTURE: ARCHIVE/ANSA/FRANCO CUFARI
The tent where a migrant died in a fire that broke out in the new tent camp managed first by the city and now by Caritas in San Ferdinando. Photo: ANSA
Several young people line up to get a hot meal at the garden on Rue Pali-Kao on Thursday, March 7th. Credit: Maëva Poulet / InfoMigrants.
An operation to relocate migrants living in Turin's former Olympic village. Refugees and migrants have been living in the area for years. Photo: ANSA
The dismantling operations of the San Ferdinando shantytown in the Reggio Calabria province on March 6,2019. 
The mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi Credit: ANSA/Giuseppe Lami
Damage caused by the rubbish fire that broke out on the perimeter of the San Ferdinando shanty town in the province of Reggio Calabria, where several hundred migrants working to harvest citrus fruit are living. PHOTO/ANSA