The everyday life in Serbia is full of constant violence against people on the move, with evictions and destruction of shelters every week.
According to the testimonies of people, there are fewer policemen and soldiers at the Romanian border but their methods are horrific, including hacking and the use of dogs.
Many children live in the streets of this Spanish city, where all the legal procedures go very slowly, leaving people in a vital limbo.
Asylum is an international right inherent to all human beings, without distinction. In Ceuta, the impossibility of obtaining an appointment to apply is a reality.
Physical violence inflicted on people on the move can be immortalised in images. Psychological violence they suffer cannot be represented in images.
Without the work of the organisations on the field who collect information and without the enormous courage of the people on the move many things would not be known.
Mayte's story is the story of thousands of people who flee their countries of origin, fleeing poverty or persecution, only to find Europe violently closing its doors to them.
The laws and systems in place make it almost impossible for many people on the move to reach their final destination, treating and considering them as criminals.
Situation and activity of No Name Kitchen in the first half of 2022. Our projects and programmes, the objectives achieved and projections for the coming year.
There is ample evidence and testimony about the systematic use of pepper spray and paintball guns by the police against people on the move at the Hungarian border.