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Migrants in camps and detention centres in Greece – A political analysis

The Greek state has a long tradition in the racist management of refugees and migrants within it. The on going war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa (to which the Greek state actively contributes), the exclusion and exploitation policies, as well as ecological disaster, are forcing hundreds of thousands of people to seek a better future in Europe.
The planning of the European Union, however, holds a nightmarish future for them, with the Greek state being behind the expansive military interventions and at the forefront of the war against migrants on the European territories.

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#Greece: Call for the creation of a health support network for migrants

Greece. Hundreds of migrants are excluded daily from healthcare every day as a result of the Greek state’s anti-immigration policy. The constant war against their migrants makes them vulnerable and creates a threatening situation for their health as: -chronic health problems remain unattended -People without AMKA are excluded from the prescription process for their necessary medication -patients with problems that require surgery do not have access to care resulting in escalating and deteriorating problems. -there is no screening processes (mammograms, colonoscopies, etc.) for diseases that are completely treated if diagnosed early and no routine check-ups (check-ups) -Poor living conditions and malnutrition, affecting a large number of children and adolescents, are contributing to an increasing burden on their health -People with mental illness remain unattended and unsupported, leading to the deteriorating of their condition.

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