Over 677,000 refugees have fled the conflict in Ukraine so far, with neighbouring countries opening their doors to tens of thousands of people since the Russian invasion began last week. But while international praise is heaped upon countries like Romania, Hungary and Poland for accepting asylum seekers from Ukraine, not all refugees are being welcomed with open arms. As border queues continue to form, reports are emerging of black and brown people being stopped and – in some cases – turned away completely from neighbouring nations.