The Diotima Centre co-signs a joint statement for the protection of children’s rights and an immediate cessation of hostilities.
An educational game for teenagers and young people about online gender-based violence.
The programme is addressed to Greek and immigrant women, who experience all forms of gender-based violence and reside in Greece.
New campaign of the Diotima Centre on gender-based violence in three languages (Greek, English, Ukrainian).
The assessment of the psychological state of the victims, before they testify, implicitly questions their ability to perceive and evaluate what happened to them.
The sixty organizations discussed the final blow for a Common European Asylum System (CEAS) in the European Union.
Joint letter to the Hellenic Ministry of Migration, highlighting particular concerns relating to the situation of LGBTQI+ asylum seekers.
The three recent femicides in just 48 hours are a devastating consequence of gender-based violence, and not a bolt from the blue.
Call for a pro-peace, anti-war demonstration, for a ceasefire in Ukraine, and the opening of negotiations with the participation of women.
Feminist and women’s organizations and collectives in Athens call for a public protest against the war in Ukraine.
Feminist struggles and claims have not only not ceased but are experiencing a lively bloom, internationally and in Greece.
Women’s organizations and collectives co-sign the declaration established for the recognition of the femicide as a sexist crime.
It is not enough to call on survivors to report. The state has a duty to ensure that the authorities act promptly and appropriately.
The initiative is formed in order not to allow this debilitating phenomenon to continue without a reaction.
Civil society organizations have sent a letter to Pope Francis regarding the refugee situation in view of his upcoming visit to Greece.
We join our voice with feminist and women’s organisations and demand the inalienable right to a life free of abuse.
More than 100 NGOs co-sign a Petition for an effective recognition of the specific grounds for asylum for women, girls and LGBTIQA+ people.
19 women’s organisations point out that gender-based violence is one of the most serious obstacles to achieving equality.
29 NGOs co-sign a Joint briefing paper calling the Greek government and EU to complete the current relocation scheme.
29 NGOs co-sign a Joint Briefing on urgent issues regarding the protection of refugees and asylum seekers in Greece and their human rights.
28 organizations sign a joint press release requesting the food provision to people living in facilities, regardless of their legal status.
12 women’s organizations are calling for a protest rally in front of Parliament on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.
Thirteen civil society organizations express their concern about the lack of provision of safe living space for single women or single mothers with their children on the island of Samos.
Walling off welcome: New reception facilities in Greece reinforce a policy of refugee containment and exclusion
45 NGOs and civil society groups urge the EU and the Greek government to abandon plans to dramatically restrict the movement of people in refugee camps.
We ask the European and Greek governments to welcome as many Afghan refugees as they can to the respective embassies.
The Diotima Center submits its comments on the National Action Plan for Gender Equality 2021-2025.
It is estimated that up to 25,000 asylum seekers have managed to find a house themselves, thanks to financial aid.
Turkey does not provide international protection of the Geneva Convention to persons applying for international protection from non-European countries.
ILO Convention 190 deals with the elimination of violence and harassment in the workplace and other related matters.
The 23 organizations we work with in Greece express serious concerns about elements of the proposed control regulation.
81 Civil Society organizations from Greece and abroad co-sign a joint letter for the co-custody bill.
Family law reform puts mothers and children with a refugee profile, who experience domestic violence, at risk.
A campaign on domestic violence in the time of the pandemic by the Diotima Center and the British Embassy in Athens.
We request the initiation of a dialogue with the scientific community, women’s organizations, etc. for the reformation of family law.
The Diotima Center co-signed her*dissent’s call for support to eliminate gender-based violence in art education.
We consider it necessary to strengthen horizontal public policies for gender equality with human resources and assets.
A joint statement is signed by 73 Civil Society organizations highlighting the risk of homelessness faced by thousands of refugees.
The Diotima Center is positioned in the dialogue that has opened up about co-custody and the incomplete reform of family law.
Twelve feminist organizations are calling for the withdrawal of charges against the feminists who participated in symbolic actions for 25N.
More than 160 organizations urge the Greek authorities to repeal their decision to terminate the operations of PIKPA and Kara Tepe.
Civil Society organizations, including the Diotima Center, calling on “the Greek authorities to review the PIKPA evacuation order.
A large number of women, including survivors of gender-based violence, lack even this minimal but necessary condition of protection.
After the fire in Moria, 31 organizations are calling on the Greek government to provide immediate assistance to the people left homeless.
The 22 signatory organizations emphasize the urgent need for a coherent integration policy and health protection measures in Moria.
The certification process of NGOs in Greece should be aligned with the right to freedom of association.
In Morocco, her life and physical integrity are under threat as LGBTI people are persecuted in the country and threatened with discrimination and abuse.
Sixty-one organizations, including the Diotima Center, signed a letter on the impending deportation of 8,300 refugees from the ESTIA program.
The seemingly small increase in domestic violence incidents in Greece, in the first month of the pandemic, should not be a cause for complacency.
The Diotima Centre is concerned about the situation faced by survivors of domestic violence in Moria, in the midst of a pandemic.
121 organizations from Greece and Europe are sending a warning signal for the protection of asylum seekers and public health.