Testimony from an Afghan man who suffered up to ten push-backs from Bulgaria to Türkiye.
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.
This is the testimony of a Syrian person who suffered a serious hand injury caused by barbed wire at the border between Serbia and Hungary.
Personal reflections from a No Name Kitchen volunteer on the ground about how some things haven't changed in Bihac, Bosnia Herzegovina, after one year.
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.
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.
Over the past year and since we started our project in Subotica, northeast Serbia, we have witnessed how this enclave has become one of the main transit points.
Violence on the Hungarian border is getting worse and worse. Beatings, robberies, humiliations and human rights violations against people on the move continue.
The existential situation of people on the move is characterized by a constant instability, and by the intrinsic feeling of wanting to be somewhere else.