A young woman tutors two children at a table | Photo: DW/D.Ehl
Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/W.Rothermel
Migrants working at the production of wine by 'Agricoltura Capodarco' | Photo: Agricoltura Capodarco
Syrian refugee Malakeh Jazmati is running a restaurant in Germany
Marianne Ermann's therapeutic swimming course gives migrant women the chance to overcome trauma, and learn to swim | Photo: Jutta Olschewski/epd
Mentors come from all walks of life in Dresden and volunteer to help children between 6 and 18 with their studies in Germany | Photo: With kind permission of the Foreigners' Council Dresden and the Educational Mentorship program
There are people from 20 different nationalities who garden on plots at the International Garden in Dresden, Salwan from Syria is one of them | Photo: Emma Wallis
On World Refugee Day, citizens go aboard the Open Arms, the NGO ship working in migrant search and rescue in the Mediterranean, whilst the ship is hosted in the Port of Naples on June 20, 2019 |Photo: ANSA/Ciro Fusco
Danial Alfahel is a 28-year-old Syrian who was forced to flee his country and ended up in Germany. Today he lives in Dresden and has found a new route to happiness | Photo: Emma Wallis
Spike Dresden, a youth project which also offers advice to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants | Photo: Emma Wallis
A palace built for August der Starke in the center of Dresden's Altstadt or old city | Photo: Emma Wallis
Nazir Jaser | Photo: Private