“I wonder if I’m a slave”: Domestic workers in a state of modern slavery

Testimonies from women who are facing the pandemic while trapped in “self-isolation” for months on end.

Police Violence: Concerning Treatment of Migrants and Reporters during Covid-19

A cross-border collaboration on the escalating trend of police violence against people on the move and media professionals.

A Tale of Two Hotels

Refugees were left homeless following evictions as the EU-funded programme providing shelter in hotels ends.

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A Tale of Two Hotels

A Tale of Two Hotels

Refugees were left homeless following evictions as the EU-funded programme providing shelter in hotels ends.

“Greece will regret not making use of our potential”

“Greece will regret not making use of our potential”

As the government appoints a Deputy Minister responsible for integration, images of evicted refugees living on the streets can be seen all over Greece. “Since you don’t want us here, at least let us move on and best wishes to you all,” said the Syrian we met in Karditsa.

A fire in tent 959

A fire in tent 959

A heavily pregnant Afghan woman set herself on fire, after hearing her transfer to Germany was postponed again. The act was viewed as “a cry for help” by many. The woman had been living in Lesbos’ infamous camps for over a year.

Apostolos Kapsalis: “We are travelling in uncharted and stormy seas”

Apostolos Kapsalis: “We are travelling in uncharted and stormy seas”

We sat down for a long discussion with the researcher of the Institute of Labor for the phenomenon “Manolada”, the realities of migrant workers in Greece, and the challenges that the pandemic brought -and will bring- not only to the agricultural production, but the rights of the ones ensuring it.

Our journalism hits new record

Our journalism hits new record

With more than 12.000 pageviews in a single weekend, and hundreds of shares on Facebook and Twitter, our reporting on the “Millions in funding at stake for refugee housing” became the most read article at Solomon.

Millions in funding at stake for refugee housing

Millions in funding at stake for refugee housing

2020 was the year the government vowed to “put NGOs in order” and millions were controversially allocated to tackle the issue. Funding was even granted to NGOs that did not meet the criteria set by the government.

Blurred Future

Blurred Future

What happens to asylum seekers when they manage to escape the inhumane conditions in which they live in the Reception and Identification Centers on the Greek islands? How do they experience the legislative changes regarding the asylum status, but also the restrictions they place on NGOs?

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