Yesterday three trains arrived in the camp: at 1.30 am, 10 am and 3 pm. Yesterday until 9 am 1843 people entered the camp. 14 people were held at the center (they were probably returned back to Serbia) and 2 people were held at the hospital in Slavonski Brod. Until 1 January 2016, 63 230 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Two trains arrived at the camp yesterday. The first one came at 7.20 am with 909 people and the other one at 2.30 pm with 855 people. The situation in the camp was peaceful and no problems occurred. The atmosphere among volunteers, staff and refugees was cheerful. Altough, some of the refugees complained that they […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It was a bright and warm day at the camp yesterday. The weather made work easier for the volunteers as well as transit for the refugees who passed through Croatia. On Thusrday four trains in total arrived in the camp: 1.30 am, 7.20 am, 3 pm and 9 pm with approximatively 3600 people. Clearly the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It was a peaceful day at the camp yesterday while waiting for trains. Three trains arrived in Slavonski Brod, the last one just before 9 pm. The Croatian Ministry of the Interior did not publish the data about the number of refugees who passed through Croatia for the last four days on their website. We […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Unlike active day on Saturday, we saw only one train at 3 a.m. and during that time 878 refugees arrived to the camp. Other train arrivals which were expected at 9 p.m., at 3 p.m. and 9 a.m. were canceled because there were not enough people in Serbia, and it is not for certain that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
As of Wednesday 20 January 2016, refugees in Gevgelija, at the Macedonian side of the Greece-Macedonia border, will have to sign papers to indicate which country they want to seek asylum in. They should say that they will seek asylum in Germany or Austria. If they do not do this, they will be returned to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
On Tuesday the only train arrived around 3 pm with 764 people in total. The day was bright and peaceful as well as the mood. People were coming warmly dressed as in previous days. The donations were lacking male trousers sizes S and M. The World Health Organization (WHO) requested a permission from the Syrian […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Central European Refugee-assisting Organizations Criticize European Response to the Refugee Crisis today in Vienna. Amog organizations that sent this appeal “Overcome Division – Organize Joint Refugee Reception” is Centre for Peace Studies and Welcome Initiative. “We, representatives of Central European refugee-assisting organizations, are deeply concerned about the inadequate response of Europe, as a responsible region […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
After the very pleasant atmosphere in the camp on Thursday, the following day it was slightly different. The first train arrived to the camp at about 3 a.m. and people seemed to be in a worse state than the previous day. A lot of them were freezing, especially children, because there was no heating on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In solidarity with the protesters and hunger strikers in Eidomeni, we had out photo taken as a sign of our support. We want to show the people who are protesting there that their voice is being heard and that their fight is recognized in Europe and around the world. You can send messages of support […]Continue Reading... No Comments.