Episode
September 24, 2015

Searching for a home in Europe

Refugees navigate closing borders and complex political climates across the continent.
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Shuttled back and forth between countries, watching borders close while fences go up. Is this what it means to be a refugee in Eastern Europe? Though the EU has announced a plan to relocate 120,000 people, the deal was not reached unanimously and has divided the continent. As European leaders trade barbs over the crisis, what are the options for refugees?

On today's episode, we speak to:

Marcin Zaborowski @MaZaborowski
Executive Vice President, Center for European Policy Analysis
cepa.org

Gabor Gyulai
Refugee program coordinator, Hungarian Helsinki Committee

Abir Kourani
Syrian refugee

Laurence Lee @laurielee67
Senior correspondent, Al Jazeera English

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