A short rain in Lesbos turned everything into mud in some parts of the “Moria 2.0”, the new camp in Lesbos, for one more time.What will winter look like for its thousands of residents?
Press restrictions began soon after Moria camp was set up. And they have not ceased − asylum seekers in the new camp are reporting on the deplorable conditions themselves.
When BFJE fellow Stavros Malichudis published his investigation into young unaccompanied male asylum seekers and refugees in Greece, he took it to the kind of people featured in the story to test their reaction.
Almost a month after it was set up, this is how life was like in “Moria 2.0” on October 8th, after the first day of rain.
We’re thrilled to announce that Solomon is the very first Journalism project in Greece launching via Kickstarter.
On September 9, massive fires destroyed Greece’s largest refugee camp leaving thousands of asylum seekers without shelter.
The Greek government and major media outlets are presenting the victims of the fire at Moria camp as “immigrants”. However, according to our analysis, the majority will most likely be granted international protection.
This is a newsletter different from before. That is because we are facing a situation different than before.
Solomon Q&As are in-depth conversations with people from civil society and human rights on current issues, based on their experience from the field.