Stories about kids who are living in the Asylum Center in Kutina
Kutina Refugee Center
"Just because it's not happening to you, it doesn't mean it's not happening at all"
Women and children in Kutina's Center
For women and children in Kutina reception center for refugees and asylum seeker, volunteer organisations have organised workshops focusing on language and education.
The normal day for kids in Kutina Center.
Life in the Kutina's Refugee Center
Portraits of the refugees that are staying at the Kutina's Refugee Center
Portraits of the refugees that are staying at Hotel Porin
Life in Hotel Porin
Hotel Porin almost reached its full capacity. There are many families and young men living there. While the young ones express their boredom and disappointment with food, women and children are facing serious medical issues. Children suffer from respiratory diseases and many women complain about abdominal pain. But, there is one common aching that connects everyone, from Dominican Republic to Syria.
Among refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, the Hotel Porin has a man trying to escape from the hard reality in his home country. Cuban, described as a modest, friendly and extremely caring man, shows his story.