In between a police ring, and with Sunday night’s events in Mytilene still in our heads, the second day (on April 23) of the trial of the 35 persecuted migrants from Moria began.
After a series of difficulties and threats of postponement, the trial began regularly on Friday. Today the trial continues.
In July 2017 35 men were arrested on Lesvos, Greece. Documentary filmmaker Fridoon Joinda released a 28 minute long documentary about the case. “From what I understand, I was only arrested because I am a black man.” Didier Ndiay, Senegal.
Lesvos, Greece: Refugees spontaneously marched from the Moria refugee camp to Sappho square in Mytlini today, after a refugee almost died in the Moria refugee camp.
Statement by 5 of the accussed of the Moria 35 and action kit.
The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island. Today part 2. You can read part 1 here.
The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos yesterday. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island.
An interview with Cars of Hope activists Lena and Vicky of the Cars of Hope collective, who will travel to Lesvos in April to support refugees.
Joint Announcement by the Panhellenic Network of Antiracist and Solidarity Collectivities.
Statement by City Plaza Refugee Accommodation and Solidarity Space.