A flurry of diplomatic activity in recent days has resulted in the announcement of an emergency "informal meeting" on migration ahead of the European Council Summit later this month. Leaders of countries on the front line of Europe's migration crisis will be participating.
A few weeks ago, we were in Utrecht in the Netherlands, to work on a report on Plan Einstein, an integration programme for refugees and asylum seekers. We met a young Syrian Refugee who benefits from the programme. Her name is Dima Kadri, this is our video conference conversation.
"Fear is a constant," says a Syrian woman living in a camp on the Greek islands, where thousands of asylum seekers remain stuck because of a deal the EU struck with Turkey two years ago, according to Amnesty International.