This legal note, including a series of conducted interviews with affected refugees, presents the precarious existence of beneficiaries of international protection in Greece.
Beneficiaries of international protection are defined as aliens or stateless persons who have been recognized as refugees or beneficiaries of subsidiary protection status. Not only do refugees belonging to this group in Greece suffer from the lack of integration prospects into the Greek society, but they are often facing inadequate living conditions and humanitarian standards, a precarious socio-economic situation, and even have problems in securing their very existence.
Commissioned by PRO ASYL Foundation & Refugee Support Aegean
Format: Din A4, 34 pages