During her recent visit to Greece, European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson made assurances that new reception centers on the Aegean islands would not be closed facilities. However, the reconfiguration of existing camps on the mainland into closed facilities are progressing at a rapid pace − and the authorities involved are pointing fingers at each other.
Our team is thrilled to announce that our story “The Logbook of Moria” has been nominated for the 2021 European Press Prize for the Distinguished Reporting Award
“I don’t want anything from you. Nor am I happy that my drawing has traveled to another place, while I’m stuck in a prison”, says little Jamal from a detention center on Kos island.
An unpublished piece from earlier this year that attempts to explain a common and noticeable phenomenon that we often encounter in our coverage of refugees.
Since arriving in Greece -27 years ago- Rodika has been working as a domestic worker. When COVID-19 appeared, she saw her working reality change.
Migrants employed in the domestic work sector are essential workers in the COVID-19 response, due to the important roles they play in the care of children, sick, and dependent people.
Testimonies from women who are facing the pandemic while trapped in “self-isolation” for months on end.
A cross-border collaboration on the escalating trend of police violence against people on the move and media professionals.
Refugees were left homeless following evictions as the EU-funded programme providing shelter in hotels ends.