mental health

Detained Afghani migrants wait to be repatriated to Afghanistan, near the Afghan border in Chaman, Pakistan | EPA/AKHTER GULFAM
A doctor from the Order of Malta helps a young migrant | ANSA/ORDER OF MALTA PRESS OFFICE
Refugees and migrants in Germany often feel victimized in multiple ways | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Schutt
Plane carrying deportees | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/B.Roessler
Soul talk: Lead psychologist Alexandra Blattner (left) in discussion with peer counselor Parisa from Iran  | Photo: Benjamin Bathke
At the center of the artwork: the watery grave of the Mediterranean, where thousands of migrants have drowned | Credit: DW/W. Dick
At least one in three migrants are suffering some kind of mental health problem. Will that create a crisis for German society?
Refugees often suffer severe emotional and physical traumas even before they embark on their journeys | Credit: DW/K. Zurutuza
The lack of access to healthcare in France excludes the most vulnerable people from the health system, according to a report by Doctors of the World. On the front line: migrants, with and without papers. Photo credits: DoW / Olivier Papegnies - Huma Collective
Help is available to migrants and refugees from people who speak their language and understand their culture
The cover of the report Credit: DRC
A doctor treats a new arrival in Sicily | Credit: ANSA/Press Office Italian Red Cross-Yara Nardi