ON MIGRATION | Why did we have to freeze in the forest?

March 15, 2022

A Syrian who was stranded last year in a Polish forest questions why Ukrainians are treated differently to refugees from other parts of the world.

“Because of my own experiences, I feel the pain and suffering of Ukrainian refugees more than most. But when people started to come to Poland from Ukraine, and I saw how enthusiastically Polish society welcomed them, it hurt so much.”

Source: Why did we have to freeze in the forest? The New Humanitarian, by Ibrahim, March, 15, 2022

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