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Tabanovce, part 2: Beyond the tracks and the fences

Two days ago I went to the camp again, this time with people from Legis. We met in Skopje, where Driton Maliqi had an interview on national tv about the situation of refugees. With his colleague Avni Salii, we ate

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Presevo pictures

Just passed thru Presevo. Could only take a couple of crappy cell phone pics. The Serbian police on board the train got me to delete my other pics. The refugee camp is right beside the train station and visible from

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A meeting place

Border closures have not stopped the flow of people into Belgrade. Over the past two days there were over 100 new arrivals, including several Afghani and Iranian families. But most of them are young men, in their late teens or

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People can’t be contained

Spent a few hours yesterday and several hours today with the good folks at Info Park​ in Belgrade, right outside the bus station. The park is refugee central. A smaller park nearby has been dubbed Afghani Park. There are groups

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Porin Hotel

The second day in Zagreb was full. I spent the morning on making the artcards, met and interviewed Nela at the Women’s Centre in the afternoon, and spent the evening in the company of Luka and other Are You Serious?​

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People helping people on the move

Spent a few hours with ZOB Angels, a volunteer group stationed at Zentrale Omnibus Bahnhof. Many of them are recent refugees who work as translators to facilitate communication with new arrivals. The volunteers tour the bus station, and when they

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