mental health

The destroyed accommodation center for asylum seekers in Gudow, northern Germany on May 2, 2021 | Photo: Peter Wuest/rtn/picture-alliance
The number of child suicides has dramatically increased in North West Syria. Photo: Save the Children
Humanitarian site of Agadez, Niger, April 2021 | Photo: MEDU
Two minors from Chad living on the streets of Paris | Photo: Mehdi Chebil for InfoMigrants
Refugees and migrants say that they suffer mental health issues but don't feel always comfortable discussing them | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/empics/D. Lipinski
"Parentification" happens when children are forced to fill adult roles. Psychotherapist Maria Prochazkova says it is no good for anyone | Photo: Picture alliance/P. Pleul
One of the buildings at the Hal Far migrant detention center in Malta | Photo: Anne-Diandra Louarn / InfoMigrants
German streetwork doctor Gerhard Trabert treating a migrant in the Bosnian town of Velika Kladuša in January 2021 | Photo: Alea Horst
Volunteers working for the aid group Solidarité migrants Wilson distribute food in a Parisian suburb, on March 31, 2020. Photo: Imago Images
Refugees and migrants wait to be transferred from the island of Lesbos to the Greek mainland | Photo: AFP/MANOLIS LAGOUTARIS
Operators for the program Help-Self Plus of the WHO in Ugand |Credit: Website Mental Health Innovation Network
The UK announced plans to house 400 people in a Second World War Army barracks in Folkestone, Kent. Local MP Damian Collins said he had 'great concerns'. | Photo: picture-alliance