Athens, 3rd August 2017
for asylum seekers’ transfers from Greece to Germany for family reunification under EU regulation 604/2013
We express our deepest concern in relation to the information, complaints and testimonies about violence and abuse by the Hellenic Police in the detention center in Moria, Lesvos.
Hellenic League for Human Rights implements, since August 2016, the project “Provision of legal and other essential information to refugees”*, in which legal counseling and other essential information is provided to asylum seekers and refugees in accommodation structures in Northern Greece and Attica.
In our last report, published one year ago, we argued that the movement of refugees and migrants towards Europe was openly dealt in terms of security;
Athens, March 9, 2017. One year after the EU-Turkey deal, a “non-deal” on which
On the occasion of the 9 and 10 March European Council meeting, HLHR
“We cannot allow the eight to be extradited to Turkey. We can’t sacrifice our values, because it’s dangerous.”
One year ago, 20 June 2012: “Our thoughts are, more than ever, with the millions of women, children and men around the world who are forced to flee their home countries because of war
Researching significant cases where the Greek state was faced with the entrance of massive migration population in its territory