Refugees walk in Dutch nature reserve


This is a 2014 video from Ede town in Gelderland province in the Netherlands. It is about the new amphitheatre there; where people can see wildlife, like red deer, wild boar, foxes and badgers.

Translated from a report by Dutch NOS TV today, about refugees in Ede:

[Volunteer] Jan Klok walks every Monday with a group of asylum seekers to a nature reserve. A guide from the Forestry Commission explains to them what they see. “Very special, all those people from all over the world. Only after a few walks you come up with them in conversation and hear what things they have gone through.”

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