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How Ten Years of Advocacy and Incremental Changes Add Up

In Greece, a recent high-profile court ruling and policy change mark momentous human rights victories for migrants and children. On October 7, an Athens court ruled that the country’s far-right xenophobic political party, Golden Dawn, whose members had…
A woman sits with her children in Victoria Square in Athens, Greece, awaiting transfer after being evicted from their place of residence, July 20, 2020.
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Collective European Action Needed for Migrants Stranded on Lesbos

Click to expand Image The remains of Moria camp after the fire on…
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Prime Minister Denies Growing Evidence of Abuses by Coast Guard and Border Police

Click to expand Image The Greek Coast Guard has been accused of…
The Greek Coast Guard has been accused of using rescue equipment - namely inflatable, motorless life rafts - to leave asylum seekers and migrants adrift in open water close to the Turkish sea border. May 25, 2020