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Open any social media app today, and it will quickly become apparent that Remain voters across the country are still mourning Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
Many have likened it to grief, expressing their disbelief, frustration and denial at the upcoming withdrawal process from the European Union via a succession of Tweets, Facebook posts and angry Snapchats.
This website examines the role played by the European Union, both as a provider of humanitarian aid, and as a hosting region.
While it is true that the EU is a leading contributor to the humanitarian aid to the region, the amount donated by each of its 28 member states varies greatly.
According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 4.8 million have fled to Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq, and 6.6 million are internally displaced within Syria.
Meanwhile about one million have requested asylum to Europe.
All over Europe, the media as well as individuals have started discussing reasons for this development. Is it because of the low level of transparency regarding EU policies and laws?
Or is it maybe because the whole concept of an European Union is simply too complex to grasp?
Enter three Belgian guys called Senne, Majd and Mathias who have thought of a possible solution for this problem.
They believe that people from different countries in Europe simply don’t know a lot about each other, apart from the usual clichés.
Germany, with more than 300,000 cumulated applications, and Sweden with 100,000, are EU’s top receiving countries.