Atëherë dhe tani: Kampi i refugjatëve në Kavajë në 1945-ën

Europa përjetoi këtë vit një valë të madhe refugjatësh.

UNICEF, organizata e themeluar në vitin 1946, që kujdeset për fëmijët, dokumenton nëpërmjet këtyre fotove se si më të prekurit e kësaj drame janë pikërisht ata, fëmijët.

Titulli i dokumentarit është “Refugjatët në Europë, atëherë dhe tani”.

Fotot e para janë bërë pas Luftës së Dytë Botërore, që provokoi valën më të madhe të lëvizjes së popullsisë në histori.

Ndërkohë fotot e dyta janë bërë në vitin 2015.

Fotot janë bërë në Greqi, Maqedoni dhe Shqipëri, si porta të rëndësishme hyrëse për refugjatët në Shqipëri.

Në dy fotot e mësipërme tregohet se si ishte kampi i refugjatëve në Kavajë në vitin 1945.

Fotot e mëposhtme janë bërë kryesisht në Greqi dhe Maqedoni.

No entry: Circa 1946 in Greece, girls peer through the window of a schoolhouse where a medical clinic has been set up (left). In 2015 in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, a small child refugee stands with adults at a wire fence in Gevgelija, stranded at the main entry point to the countryOutdoors: Two children sleep on a wooden bed in the middle of a street in Italy circa 1945. In Croatia, an adult and a child refugee sleep on makeshift bedding outside a transit centre in 2015Homeless: In Greece circa 1949, children peer out of a makeshift hut (left). In 2015 in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, a girl is huddled under a blanket to ward off the cold. Many children are on the move, and all are in need of proper care and protectionEducation: A boy refugee reads a book in Greece circa 1955 (left). Children draw in a UNICEF-supported child friendly space, equipped with educational materials and toys for children passing through Preševo, exhausted from their long journeys, in Serbia in 2015.Rations: Circa 1946 in Greece, displaced girls enjoy a ration of ‘halva’, a nourishing mixture of semolina flour, olive oil or margarine, and sugar (left). In 2015, a child refugee eats a snack standing on a railroad track near Gevgelija, on the border with GreeceAid: A humanitarian worker conducts a nutrition survey with a family in an outdoor kitchen area, in the heavily war-damaged village of Lika in Yugoslavia, circa 1945 (left). In the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, a UNICEF translator dries the tears of a crying girl in Gevgelija in 2015Nutrition: Circa 1950 in Greece, girls receive provisions from Unicef. In 2015 in Greece, a volunteer aid worker places an emergency blanket over three newly arrived child refugees eating bananasJourney: In 1946 in Poland, a refugee family rests on their belongings during their travel to the farm that awaits them in the Lower Silesia region (left). In 2015 in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, a boy wrapped in a blanket rests beside a railroad track heading further north to SerbiaGames: Circa 1950 in Italy, children with disabilities play football (left). In 2015 in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, teenagers play football at a refugee and migrant reception centre. Children need access to safe spaces where they can rest and receive emotional supportTravel: In Greece circa 1946, children orphaned by the war, wait in a truck journeying to adopting families (left). In 2015, a boy tries to sleep on a crowded train travelling toward the Serbian border from Gevgelija. Both then and now, integrating refugees into new communities is criticalIn Greece circa 1950, a boy wears socks held up with string and men’s shoes many sizes too large (left). In 2015 in Gevgelija, Jamal Majati ties his son Basher’s shoelaces, after stopping to change their clothes in a UNICEF-supported child-friendly space, as they flee the Syrian conflict.