Inside the Forgotten Refugee Camp in Greece
The summer volunteers have gone and the world’s attention has moved onto Trump and Brexit. But in the Katsikas refugee camp, temperatures have hit below zero and people have little hope for a permanent home.
Aerial Photographs Capture the Biggest Refugee Camp in the World
Brendan Bannon’s images of Dadaab, Kenya are featured in the MoMA’s ongoing group exhibition, “Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter.”
Photos of What Remains at a Forgotten Refugee Camp
Tucked into marshland by a forest in northern France are the traces of a refugee camp we've barely heard about.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
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What Remains After the Evacuation of Europe's Biggest Refugee Camp
Idomeni has been cleared—tents, pots, and children's drawings are scattered around the now empty makeshift camp.
Alexandros Avramidis, text by Kostas Koukoumakas
Thousands of Refugees Are Being Removed from the Makeshift Refugee Village of Idomeni
Greek police started removing refugees from the camp near the border of Greece and the Republic of Macedonia on Tuesday. Journalists aren't allowed near the evacuation.
Inside the Decommissioned Berlin Airport Housing 1,300 Refugees
Intimate photos of the cramped living quarters the refugees themselves call "boxes."
In the Restaurants of the Calais Jungle
The “Jungle of Calais” is a veritable city of migrants and refugees, many of whom run restaurants offering Kurdish, Afghan, Sudanese, and Pakistani specialties.
These Activists Set Up Roadside Kitchens for Europe’s Refugees
Food activism group No Border Kitchen serves thousands of meals to refugees every day, setting up in the street or squats. I join them in Lesbos, half a mile from the island’s ferry terminal.
Sport and Games in the Calais Jungle
Life in the migrant village known as the Calais Jungle can be incredibly challenging. Playing sports and games offers a beacon of hope to its restless residents.
We Asked Refugees to Document Their Everyday Lives with Disposable Cameras
A unique insight into the lives of those seeking refuge in Berlin.
Halea Isabelle Kala and Francis Flurin
Meeting the Syrian Refugees Leaving Lebanon for Europe
Lebanon has taken in one million Syrians displaced by the war raging in their home country. Now, thousands are leaving every day on ferries for Europe.