Report + Letter

Refugees, Migrants & Humanitarian Governance
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August 29, 2022
DEAR MANOS LOGOTHETIS AND PATROKLOS GEORGIADIS,
IN LIGHT OF INFORMATION COLLECTED THROUGH INPUT FROM NUMEROUS ORGANIZATIONS AND FOCUS GROUPS FROM THE COMMUNITY, WE ARE SENDING YOU THIS LETTER HIGHLIGHTING PARTICULAR CONCERNS RELATING TO THE SITUATION OF LGBTQI+ ASYLUM SEEKERS IN GREECE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR RECEPTION TO OUR FEEDBACK AND HOPE WE CAN CONTINUE TO WORK WITH YOU ON THIS MATTER FURTHER.
Refugees, Migrants & Humanitarian Governance
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August 29, 2022
DEAR MANOS LOGOTHETIS AND PATROKLOS GEORGIADIS,
IN LIGHT OF INFORMATION COLLECTED THROUGH INPUT FROM NUMEROUS ORGANIZATIONS AND FOCUS GROUPS FROM THE COMMUNITY, WE ARE SENDING YOU THIS LETTER HIGHLIGHTING PARTICULAR CONCERNS RELATING TO THE SITUATION OF LGBTQI+ ASYLUM SEEKERS IN GREECE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR RECEPTION TO OUR FEEDBACK AND HOPE WE CAN CONTINUE TO WORK WITH YOU ON THIS MATTER FURTHER.
Research
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July 15, 2022
The information contained within the platform is the result of extensive collaborative research led by Forensic Architecture and its berlin-based sister organization, Forensis, with the participation of Border Violence Monitoring Network, Bellingcat Global Authentication Project, Amnesty’s Crisis Evidence Lab and the Digital Verification Corps (DVC), and monitors and NGOs such as Alarm Phone, Aegean Boat Report, Refugee Support Aegean, Legal Centre Lesvos, and HIAS Greece.
Refugees, Migrants & Humanitarian Governance
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June 30, 2022
The new issue of the Greek Asylum Case Law Report released today provides excerpts from 79 decisions issued in the first half of 2022 by Administrative Courts, the Independent Appeals Committees and the Asylum Service.
Refugees, Migrants & Humanitarian Governance
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May 30, 2022
European Council on Refugees and Exiles: Country Report: Access to the territory and push backs

Legal ways of accessing the Greek territory are not provided for persons in need of international protection, nor does Greece issue visas for humanitarian reasons.
Refugees, Migrants & Humanitarian Governance
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May 25, 2022
Since the start of the year, the Greek Government has further obstructed access to asylum for most migrants seeking protection in Greece, through the implementation of unfair policies and dysfunctional asylum procedures. In stark contrast to the opening of borders to Ukrainian nationals, evidence continues to emerge showing that Greek authorities systematically perpetrate violent and illegal pushbacks in the Aegean, with the complicity of EU institutions and agencies.