Non-Profit Has Tracked 33,000 Lives Lost Found in 24 Years As People MAKE AN EFFORT TO Cross Into E.U. : NPR

Non-Profit Has Tracked 33,000 Lives Lost In 24 Years As People Try To Cross Into E.U. For the past 24 years, a non-earnings network of volunteers have been monitoring refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants who’ve lost their lives attempting to cross the borders of the European Union. This season, their list reached 33,000 persons. NPR’s Kelly McEvers speaks with the founder and director of the network, Geert Ates about his work and objective.

Non-Profit Has Tracked 33,000 Lives Lost In 24 Years As People Try To Cross Into E.U. Europe Non-Income Possesses Tracked 33,000 Lives Lost In 24 Years As People Try To Cross Into E.U. For the past 24 years, a non-earnings network of volunteers have been monitoring refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants who’ve lost their lives attempting to cross the borders of the European Union. This season, their list reached 33,000 persons. NPR’s Kelly McEvers speaks with the founder and director of the network, Geert Ates about his work and objective. NPR thanks our sponsors Become an NPR sponsor

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