Here we are again, we are happy to present the aggregate data of the last 4 months (from May to August) of our “health on the move” program.
By Lusi Domeney with the information of one victim of this pushback / Photos shared by the person who tells the story Recently we were
The bureaucratic obstacles that Spain and, in particular, Ceuta impose on migrants forces people to spend years without documentation. Many people end working in slave-like conditions.
AHMED, A POLITICAL ACTIVIST FLEEING JAIL IN EGYPT: I ESCAPED MILITARY FASCISM IN MY COUNTRY AND I FACED IT INSIDE EUROPE
This political activist had to leave his country. When he reached Europe, he faced again jail, for the simple fact of being a migrant. This is his personal story.
A 39-year-old man from Tunisia suffered two consecutive pushbacks from Bulgaria to Turkey. He was beaten, robbed and psychologically assaulted.
A group of six people from Pakistan and Bangladesh were arrested by the Croatian police and taken to the nearest police station where they were detained for three days before being pushed back to Serbia.
Beatings in police station bathrooms, including minors, and threats of imprisonment for six months to one year in exchange for providing fingerprints, are some of the practices against people on the move in Bulgaria.