Reception policies of each country afect the creation of different types of settlements, and therefore refugees' life quality. This project shows how a planned settlement limits refugees' capacity of taking decisions through a repetitive routine. This phenomenon generate among refugees a permanent "not enough feeling", excessive waiting time with a constant inactivity and a uncertain future. These factors bring them to perceive that their life is already determined by others. However in a self-organised settlement, though the are other type of lacks, refugees feel empowered and therefore have a productive and resolutive attitude towards their settlement. Still, since is a less controled and organised system, there is a higher environmental risk as well as a lack of education or health services.
A joint work that takes into consideration different perspectives is needed. All the stakeholders should participate in the process of making refugees' quality of life better and ensure a decent future for those people who did not chose to be displaced.