syrian refugees

Rabab Haidar is a writer. She was living and working in Damascus as a translator, columnist and novelist. She is a member of the Syrian Women's Network and a guest author for "10 nach 8" | Photo: Private photo / DW
Archive photograph of Syrian refugees at the Islahiye refugee camp in Hatay, set up by Turkey and run by the Turkish Red Crescent to accommodate Syrian refugees | EPA/JODI HILTON
Syrian refugees living in a refugee camp near Athens protest outside the migration ministry to demand better living conditions, Athens, Greece, 15 October 2018 | EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU
Syrian refugee children standing inside a camp for forcibly displaced people in Khirbet al-Joz, Latakia, Syria | ARCHIVE/EPA/MOHAMMED BADRA
Officials attend the third Brussels conference on supporting future of Syria and the region at the European Council in Brussels on March 14, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/E.Dunand
Kaits Jabakhchuryan, who came from Aleppo in 2012, baking lahmajoon at his restaurant in Yerevan | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/K.Minasyan
Migrants and refugees whose lives are at risk with the arrival of winter cold, trapped in Greece and forced to live in deteriorated conditions due to the EU-Turkey accord. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/OXFAM
The "Fun Bus" in Lebanon. Credit: UNHCR/Diego Ibarra Sánchez
A high proportion of Syrians refugees in Germany have received 'subsidiary protection' status instead of refugee protection | Photo: Imago
Due to the ongoing security threat, the IOM currently does not support voluntary returns to Syria | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
Refugees arrive in Turkey along a route to the west, in Erzurum. Credit: EPA/ERDEM SAHIN
Mohamad enjoys earning his bread and butter at a bakery | Credit: Sertan Sanderson