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Finding Home

Finding Home documents four families at the heart of Europe’s refugee crisis. It’s the story of women and children with no place to call home; it’s about families that, even if they do escape the limbo of refugee camps, may be forced to live in the shadows of Europe for years if not decades; and it’s about a generation of stateless children, born and raised on the run.

The TIME team includes photographer Lynsey Addario, international correspondent Aryn Baker and videographer Francesca Trianni. They have spent months documenting the overcrowded refugee camps in Thessaloniki, Greece, and will continue to follow the first year in the lives of several refugee babies and their mothers as they seek a new—and more permanent—home in Europe.

Finding Home debuts as a cover story for the December 2016 “Year Ahead” issue of TIME alongside a multimedia presentation on Time.com and a social media campaign on Instagram at the handle @findinghome and with the hashtag #TIMEFindingHome.

In 2017, TIME will update the story in the magazine, on social media and online, with ongoing dispatches that culminate in a documentary at the end of the year.

See the full TIME multimedia presentation here.

May 29, 2017|

Estonia: When Home Isn’t Where the Heart Is

Despite generous benefits and a robust effort by Estonia to welcome Syrian refugees, the rural setting and lack of countrymen leave families yearning for alternatives.

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June 12, 2017|

Gender Lens: Refugees and Migration

Journalists and activists joined together for a conversation on the impact of gender and gender roles on the refugee experience—exploring how the most vulnerable are affected and how they cope.