The new Greek government ist threatening squats and the anarchist movement on the Greek territory. In particular the free spaces in the Exarchia neighbourhood in Athens. Migrants are also under even more pressure comparing to the last government. Let’s not forget that it was the Syriza government who started the first wave of evictions of migrant squats.Continue reading After parliamentary elections in #Greece: new government threatens #RefugeesGR
Mytilene, Lesvos (Greece): Today is one year since migrants protesting in Sappho square were attacked by a far-right mob. Roughly 200 fascists attacked refugees and migrants, as well as those standing in solidarity with them, with projectiles.Continue reading #RefugeesGR #Lesvos: One year on from far-right attacks
After 901 days of requests, petitions and protests, Amir Hampay is still on Lesvos. Amir’s case is exemplary for many people who are stuck on the Balkan route because of EU border policies.Continue reading Hunger strike for the #FreedomOfMovement in front of Greek parliament: #FreeAmirHampay!
Greek territory: The criminalization of refugees protesting for their rights on Lesvos Island continues.Continue reading #RefugeesGR: Ongoing Criminalization of Refugee Protests – Upcoming trials against migrants on #Lesvos
Statement from No Border Kitchen Lesvos about the death of Jean Paul, a 24 year old man from Cameroon.Continue reading #NoBorders Kitchen #Lesvos: In memory and rage
2018 and things haven’t changed, Europes borders keep being as deadly as in the previous years. So far this year, 2160 people have lost their lives in the Mediterranean Sea – 2 weeks ago, it was 2063. The emergency is still on. It’s time to react.Continue reading No Borders Kitchen #Lesvos: How many more deaths in Europe?
Latest news of the monthly reports about the Moria 35. Updates29th November 2018. A timeline.
Shame… that is the only emotion evoked when watching the footage of a documentary produced by the state funded national television in Italy, regarding the conditions of detention in Moria camp in Greece.
Seán and Sarah have now been in custody for 14 days (today even 15 fays, EIE). They have been arrested because of their work with refugees on Lesvos.
While people continue to suffer in the so-called EU hotspot Moria camp on Lesvos, the North Aegean regional governor announced the closure of the solidarity project Pikpa camp. A statement by Lesvos solidarity Pipka.