“We’re here today to say that in cooking, in the kitchen, there are no differences. We’re all the same, we’re all human.”
Children stuck in Greek migrant camps are cutting themselves, attempting suicide and using drugs to cope with “endless misery”.
For years its half a million Muslims have resorted to praying in hundreds of makeshift sites, in crowded basements or dark warehouses targeted by racist attackers.
Tensions have boiled over at overcrowded camps as the slow processing of asylum requests add to frustration over difficult living conditions there.
At the school, set up by volunteers, they will be taught how to hold a pencil, write their names and count to 10. The teenagers among them will begin making up for lost time.