refugees in germany

A migrant from Kosovo (left) at a counseling for voluntary return in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
Seasonal workers in Bad Krozingen, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/ROPI/A. Pisacreta
Migrants arrive at a reception center in Germany, 2015 | Credit: picture-alliance/dpa/C. Schmidt
Syrian refugee Malakeh Jazmati is running a restaurant in Germany
Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer | Photo: DW/B.Riegert
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
Syrian families arrive at a refugee camp in 2016 in Friedland, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Pförtner
Saed saw Germany as a symbol of hope and a place where he might be able to find the freedom and democracy he craved | Photo: Emma Wallis
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
People wait in front of the Foreigners Office in Berlin | Photo: DW/C.Nasman
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