On March of 2016 more than 10.000 refugees and migrants were living in squalid conditions, at the makeshift refugee camp in Idomeni village in
Greece. They were stuck in the mud as well as their human dignity, waiting in vain to open the border. The proportion of women and children was
around 60% of the total population. The most familiar sounds at the camp were crying babes and coughing. Cold, viruses and the stuffy atmosphere that
caused by many small fires was obviously the reason why. People queue for common meal and medical care and there were minor clashes between
refugees and migrants when firewood, raincoats or any kind of humanitarian aid was shared. Sadness, uncertainty and anxiety about future were reflected
in desperate look of people in Idomeni camp. They were dreaming for a brighter future and a safer home in the land of Germany. They placed their hopes in
Europe but Europe abandoned them in the camp of shame.