humanitarian corridors

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa speaks during a news conference during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/CHRISTIAN HARTMANN
 A welcome sign for a group of refugees who arrived in Rome via a humanitarian corridor | Photo: ANSA/TELENEWS
An image of the 'house for peace' from the website of the Fondazione Città della Pace | Source: Fondazione Città della Pace website / ANSA
Sant'Egidio chief Marco Impagliazzo | Photo: Maurizio Brambatti / Archive / ANSA
From file: A welcome banner at Fiumicino airport for a group of Syrian refugees who arrived in Italy through a humanitarian corridor sponsored by the Community of St. Egidio | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/TELENEWS
45 refugees from Niger arrived in Rome via a humanitarian corridor organized by Caritas Italiana on June 23, 2021 | Photo: ANSA/TELENEWS
Italian Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese at the  "Governing Migration" conference in Rome | Photo: Maurizio Brambatti/ANSA
The waiting room of the Meyer hospital in Florence, Italy | Photo: ANSA/Ufficio Stampa Ospedale Meyer
Refugees from the Horn of Africa who arrived in Rome on May 28, 2021 through humanitarian corridors | Photo: Community of Sant'Egidio
In 2022 and 2023, Switzerland will accept up to 1,600 refugees on its territory |Creative Commons
A girl who has arrived in Rome's Fiumicino airport |  Source: Twitter Comunità di Sant'Egidio
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Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, in Geneva, Switzerland, on October 5, 2020 | Photo: EPA/Salvatore Di Nolfi
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