This article aims to highlight the Odyssey they are living the Syrian refugees arriving in the European Union. Injustice, inhumanity, shame, lack of solidarity, are some of the adjectives that we can use to assess the serious situation for children, women and men, Syrian refugees, who do not want to be marginalized in their rights, invisible in their legitimate requests for asylum, in a Europe that is inhibited by human rights and international standards of foster care. Also, we are going to carry out this analysis from a perspective of intercultural pedagogy. Thus, we will defend that the only solution to fi nd a change of mentality is in education. An intercultural education which wants to humanize humanity, and where cultural diversity is an opportunity for learning and dialogue, and not a wall for the human encounter. Education will always be hope for the transformation of the world in a place more fair and humane for all persons.