A first short impression of the work of the Cars of Hope collective with refugees in Athens.Continue reading #RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope collective is back in #Athens
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
Last year the Cars of Hope collective from Wuppertal (German territory)supported self organized mutual aid projects on Lesvos, in Athens and in Bosnia. Next month activists of the Cars of Hope collective will be in Athens to support the Notara 26 refugee squat, which they also visited and supported in January 2018 and the Azadi refugee squat. They will also support the food distribution for homeless people in Athens.Continue reading #RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope Collective to support refugee squats in #Athens again
Statement by refugee anarchist prisoner Abtin Parsa after being temporary released from prison in greece on January 23.Continue reading Statement by anarchist refugee Abtin Parsa after he was temporarily released from Greek prison
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
An update from Lesvos (Greek territory).Continue reading No Border Kitchen #Lesvos: Winter Update
The Registration and Reception Centre in the village ‘Fylakio Evrou’, the only one of its kind in Northern Greece, is located 23km northwest of Orestiada. The 250 refugees housed there, are constantly monitored by the police and must live in containers which are split into four sections. Almost half of them are unaccompanied minors.Continue reading #RefugeesGR: Spending New Year’s Eve with unaccompanied refugee minors in #Thrace
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.
Three women attempting to reach Europe were found dead with their necks slashed close to the border of Turkey and Greece.