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20 Dec
New research report: “Accessibility and Barriers to gender-based violence (GBV) services”

The Centre “Diotima” is launching a new research report:  “Accessibility and Barriers to gender-based violence (GBV) services.”

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30 Sep
Greek, EU authorities urged to break ‘vicious cycle’ of overcrowded asylum-seeker hotspots

For the third year in a row, vulnerable asylum seekers – including thousands of children –are trapped on the Greek islands...

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2 Apr
A home for refugees

The need for housing throughout asylum procedures and beyond

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1 Apr
26 NGOs urging to end the humanitarian crisis

26 NGOs on the European leaders to take immediate and sustained action to end the unfair and unnecessary containment policy which is preventing asylum seekers from leaving the Greek islands.

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16 Mar
New SGBV case management team at Thessaloniki’s urban area

The Center for Research on Women’s Issues – Diotima, is a nonprofit, non governmental women’s organization. It was established in the late 1980s aiming at systemically highlighting discriminations against women on all levels of social, political and economic life. Our main goals are: To act as a point of reference for women through a plethora...

Migrants queue in the compound outside the Berlin Office of Health and Social Affairs (LAGESO) as they wait to register in Berlin, Germany, October 7, 2015. German authorities are struggling to cope with the roughly 10,000 refugees arriving every day, many fleeing conflict in the Middle East. The government expects 800,000 or more people to arrive this year and media say it could be up to 1.5 million.  REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY   - RTS3DBH
23 Feb
Lecture for the precarious housing of refugees in Italy

Italy: one of the main refugees’ frontline in Europe. From an adventurous landing in to precarious housing. Tuesday 27 February 2018 6pm @ French School of Athens, 6 Didotou street, Athens, Greece École française d’Athènes Speaker: Silvia Mugnano Discussant: Thomas Maloutas The international migration inflow to Italy is relatively recent phenomenon, dating back to early 1990....

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9 Feb
Visit to the Diachronic Museum for refugee women residing in Larissa Camp

On Friday February 2nd, in the framework of awareness and social integration of the refugees living in the open structure for refugees of Thessaly in Koutsohero, Larissa, a visit of cultural interest by a group of refugee women took place in the “Diachronic Museum” of Larissa. The visit was organized by the Municipality of Larissa...

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8 Oct
Feminisms In crisis: An open discussion

An open discussion to address the relationship of multiple–declared and undeclared–crises to the political, intellectual, and experiential project of feminism; or, more accurately, of feminisms–since they are plural, heterogeneous, and internally contested. How might we envision a feminist response to intersecting crises? Is there a crisis within “feminism” or among “feminisms”? Featuring interventions by :...