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In this monthly report about the immigrant and migration crisis, we are going to address the most important news that is circulating around Turkey, the Middle East and the Mediterranean coast.
People who do not have any contact with refugees do not realize that the refugee crisis is one of the biggest humanitarian problems the world is facing. Here are facts about refugees in numbers: about 4,8 million people have left Syria since 2011, seeking peace and a safe place to live. Syrian refugees have left their houses, jobs and all of their possessions in a country devastated by war. There are between 3 to 4 million refugees from Syria and other countries temporarily accommodated in Turkey, and the numbers are growing each month. The total number of people that are in need of help is 13,5 million.
In this monthly report about the immigrant and migration crisis, we are going to address the most important news that is circulating around Europe, the Middle East and the Mediterranean coast.
A 10-year-old refugee from Afghanistan presented 12 of his drawings and 27 photos at the exhibition in Belgrade. Farhad dedicated this exhibition to Nemanja Damcevic, a Serbian child who needs money for post brain tumour therapy, and managed to fundraise 34,100 RSD.
A message of peace, portrayed in the title of the exhibition "We Need Kindness," was quickly spread all over Europe and picked up by various media, such as BBC and The New York Times. Shortly after the exhibition, Farhad was offered Serbian citizenship and met with the Serbian president.