Joint letter to the Hellenic Ministry of Migration, highlighting particular concerns relating to the situation of LGBTQI+ asylum seekers.
29 NGOs co-sign a Joint briefing paper calling the Greek government and EU to complete the current relocation scheme.
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.
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.
It is estimated that up to 25,000 asylum seekers have managed to find a house themselves, thanks to financial aid.
A joint statement is signed by 73 Civil Society organizations highlighting the risk of homelessness faced by thousands of refugees.
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.
Sixty-one organizations, including the Diotima Center, signed a letter on the impending deportation of 8,300 refugees from the ESTIA program.
121 organizations from Greece and Europe are sending a warning signal for the protection of asylum seekers and public health.
Joint letter of 119 organizations on border developments, access to asylum, and targeting of Civil Society actors.
Xenophobia is reinforced by the “over-concentration of the population”, which burdens refugees and local communities.
17 civil society organizations in Greece sent an open letter to the new Minister of Immigration and Asylum.
17 NGOs urge the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to act on refugee rights during his visit to Moria.
Vulnerable asylum seekers are trapped on the Greek islands of the eastern Aegean, enduring inhumane conditions in overcrowded hotspots.