refugee hotspots

The departure on buses of COVID-19 positive migrants to the Celio military hospital in Rome from Amantea, Southern Italy, 14 July 2020 | Photo: ANSA/Elvira Madrigrano
Islands like Kos and Leros have been largely forgotten by the media, even though residents in camps there too are living in difficult conditions | Source: Refugee Rights Europe
An archive photo of migrants disembarking in Sicily | Photo: ANSA/Ufficio Stampa Oxfam / Alessandro Rota
An employee of a security service wearing a protective suit inspects the bag of a woman in front of the "central accommodation facility" (ZUE) St. Augustin near Bonn on May 18, 2020 | Photo: picture alliance/Marcel Kusch/dpa
Children playing at the overcrowded Moria migrant camp on the Greek Aegean island of Lesbos | Photo: AFP/LOUISA GOULIAMAKI
Migrants walk on the road near the Ipsala border gate in Edirne at the Turkish-Greek boder | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/E.Gurel
Young children sit on the ground near Edirne in Turkey | Photo: Picture-alliance/PIXSELL/A. Durgut
Migrants, who live in Moria camp, march from Moria to the town of Mytilini, Lesvos, Greece, 03 February 2020, during a protest over better living conditions and faster asylum procedures | Photo: EPA/STRATIS BALASKAS
A migrant child on the Greek island of Lesbos | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/AP/P.Giannakouris
The EU auditors' report said that chronic overcrowding of camps was the result of unsuccessful  asylum policies
The Lampedusa hotspot | Photo: ANSA
A refugee holds his baby inside a bus as he waits to be transferred to a hospitality center at the port of Piraeus in Athens, Greece. He arrived with the passenger ship “Blue Star 2” from the island of Samos. | Photo: EPA/Yannis Kolesidis