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 video helps to see better the conditions of a refugee camps where people are forced to live.
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.
Physical violence inflicted on people on the move can be immortalised in images. Psychological violence they suffer cannot be represented in images.
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.
Scabies, a skin disease caused by a mite, is very difficult to eradicate among people on the move due to the poor hygienic conditions in which they are forced to live.
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.