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A third-generation refugee returns home

Despite all the conflicting feelings about the traces of Nazi Germany, American-Jewish Deborah Feldman feels for the first time at home.

Prison in the open air

How does the UNHCR run the refugee camps which together correspond to the size of the Netherlands? How do they manage to meet the needs of the 1000 new refugees who arrive every day? Welcome to Refugeestan.

Sweeter than sugar, heavier than salt

The Syrian war is also well felt in the Kurdish areas.

Syria war minute by minute

New documentary explores IS's path to power in Syria – and what role international media played in it all.

A protection against violence

Devoted to Thanh Nguyen's short stories is a protest against the inhumanisation of people groups. The release is both timely and universal. 

Through hell against Europe

Eritreans on the run are beaten, raped and locked in, and risk their lives on the way across the Mediterranean. European policy means that they have no other options.

Documentary wounds

Palestinian-Danish Mahdi Fleifel's films express the refugee's pain and despair.

We must not sit safely in our home and say: It is sad, poor ones!

Although it is frightening that Arnulf Øverland's poems are as relevant today as they were in 1937, we see that the world is waking up.

Refugee policy: We must act now

Both the Labor Party and the government use children and young people to show the world how strict asylum and refugee policies can be. Strictly, yes – but how on earth can it be called fair?

The dream of Europe

The documentary Born in Syria allows us to get to know seven Syrian children and their different routes to and through Europe.

A pattern refugee

Rokhsar Sediqi is 14 years, lives with his family in Denmark and has been waiting for a residence permit for four years. But what could have been an important and humane account of her destiny is jarring.

"Stay away, otherwise we treat you like animals"

Chasing Asylum provides a timely critical look at Australia's cruel refugee policy.

The fate of the Jesuits

Several thousand Jesuits are still in captivity at ISIS, while others have fled and are struggling with trauma. Three new documentaries illuminate the situation from the victims ', relatives and helpers' perspectives.

Xenophobic asylum doctor at Trandum

"Build a border fence against Sweden – don't wait until the invasion is underway!" The doctor who is considering whether people at Trandum are healthy enough to leave the country is also an active debater on immigration-hostile websites.

Inadequate health care

A large number of suicide attempts, frequent use of isolation and lack of psychiatric follow-up: The health service at Trandum faces both concern and criticism.

"You're not gay" 

It is so absurd to sit in a courtroom where someone is set to "make it probable" their gay behavior – and in many cases is not believed.