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 Looking for a new perspective. Asylum centre in Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Serbian refugee in the refugee camp of Varna, in the city of Sabac. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Migrants sleeping rough in Belgrade train station.Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Migrants in Belgrade train station. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Temporary reception centre. Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Cricket in Serbia: migrants at play in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Afghan exile Adrakmo and latest family addition, one of twins born in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Change of bed sheets in Krnjača camp. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Children come back in their rooms after an English lesson. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Sakine, of the Hazara people, fled with his family from Afghanistan. The Taliban are exterminating her cultural group. In the photo, Sakine’s sister takes her nephew. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Sakine and her mother in the temporary reception centre in Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Omar, a Kurd man traveling with his family from Northern Iraq to Germany. “We ran away because ISIS started to kidnap our women and children. I feel safer here, but the journey is still long” he said. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Serbian refugee Rade Belić holds the Divine Comedy. Dante Alighieri is his favorite poet. He’s a former resident of the Krnjača camp and he now lives in a tiny apartment in Veliki Mokri Lug, a small suburb in Belgrade.    “I don’t want to talk about these migrants, they’re running from their own war, I’m not the one who has to fight for them.” he said. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Asylum centre of Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
 Serbian refugees in the refugee camp in Varna. “No one listens to our concerns, neither the city of Šabac, nor the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration” they said. Šabac, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     
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 Looking for a new perspective. Asylum centre in Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Looking for a new perspective. Asylum centre in Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.

 Serbian refugee in the refugee camp of Varna, in the city of Sabac. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Serbian refugee in the refugee camp of Varna, in the city of Sabac. Serbia, April 2017.

 Migrants sleeping rough in Belgrade train station.Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Migrants sleeping rough in Belgrade train station.Serbia, April 2017.

 Migrants in Belgrade train station. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Migrants in Belgrade train station. Serbia, April 2017.

 Temporary reception centre. Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Temporary reception centre. Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.

 Cricket in Serbia: migrants at play in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Cricket in Serbia: migrants at play in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.

 Afghan exile Adrakmo and latest family addition, one of twins born in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Afghan exile Adrakmo and latest family addition, one of twins born in the asylum centre in Krnjača. Serbia, April 2017.

 Change of bed sheets in Krnjača camp. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Change of bed sheets in Krnjača camp. Serbia, April 2017.

 Children come back in their rooms after an English lesson. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Children come back in their rooms after an English lesson. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.

 Sakine, of the Hazara people, fled with his family from Afghanistan. The Taliban are exterminating her cultural group. In the photo, Sakine’s sister takes her nephew. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Sakine, of the Hazara people, fled with his family from Afghanistan. The Taliban are exterminating her cultural group.
In the photo, Sakine’s sister takes her nephew. Serbia, April 2017.

 Sakine and her mother in the temporary reception centre in Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Sakine and her mother in the temporary reception centre in Subotica, Serbia, April 2017.

 Omar, a Kurd man traveling with his family from Northern Iraq to Germany. “We ran away because ISIS started to kidnap our women and children. I feel safer here, but the journey is still long” he said. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Omar, a Kurd man traveling with his family from Northern Iraq to Germany. “We ran away because ISIS started to kidnap our women and children. I feel safer here, but the journey is still long” he said. Krnjača camp, Serbia, April 2017.

 Serbian refugee Rade Belić holds the Divine Comedy. Dante Alighieri is his favorite poet. He’s a former resident of the Krnjača camp and he now lives in a tiny apartment in Veliki Mokri Lug, a small suburb in Belgrade.    “I don’t want to talk about these migrants, they’re running from their own war, I’m not the one who has to fight for them.” he said. Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Serbian refugee Rade Belić holds the Divine Comedy.
Dante Alighieri is his favorite poet. He’s a former resident of the Krnjača camp and he now lives in a tiny apartment in Veliki Mokri Lug, a small suburb in Belgrade.    “I don’t want to talk about these migrants, they’re running from their own war, I’m not the one who has to fight for them.” he said. Serbia, April 2017.

 Asylum centre of Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Asylum centre of Krnjača, Serbia, April 2017.

 Serbian refugees in the refugee camp in Varna. “No one listens to our concerns, neither the city of Šabac, nor the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration” they said. Šabac, Serbia, April 2017.
       
     

Serbian refugees in the refugee camp in Varna. “No one listens to our concerns, neither the city of Šabac, nor the Commissariat for Refugees and Migration” they said. Šabac, Serbia, April 2017.