mental health

Children in the Greek island migrant camps are suffering from mental health problems from as young as one year old | Photo: InfoMigrants
More than 15,000 people live in the Moria camp, which was designed for around 2,800 people. Lesbos, 12 June 2020 | Photo: picture-alliance/G. Siamidis
The Apart Together survey runs until 31 May 2020 | Credit: aparttogetherstudy.org
Migrants at the Ritsona refugee camp in Greece which was put on lockdown after 23 residents tested positive for COVID-19 (April 3, 2020) | Photo: EPA/YANNIS KOLESIDIS
According to Scottish housing charities about 360 asylum seekers have been moved from apartments to hotel accommodation during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now one of those has died in his hotel room. The causes have yet to be established | Photo: picture alliance
Syrian refugee families sitting in front of their tents in Gazza village in the Beqaa Valley, Lebanon | Photo: EPA/Nabil Mounzer
Syrian Thoraya Mohammed, 32, who gave birth to a baby boy at the Werymma health center and a midwife who works at the center | Photo: Zuhair Abusrewil
Unimaginable challenges await migrants who cross the Mediterranean to Europe | Photo: Picture alliance/R. Brito
The suicides took place near Greece's border with North Macedonia, seen here | Photo: Imago/Zuma Press
Young people under 34 formed the majority of those seeking asylum in 2015-16. Difficulties with the integration process across the EU could lead to a wasted generation of potential | Credit: IOM
The NHS provides some services free of charge to undocumented migrants but since 2017 a charging regime has been in place, expecting those who do not have permament leave to remain to pay up front or directly after treatment | Photo: Imago / Zuma/ Joel Goodman
View of the Policlinico Universitario 'Agostino Gemelli' in Rome | Photo: Archive/ANSA/Alighiero Palazzo