The conviction of Golden Dawn leader Nikolaos Michaloliakos and six other leaders of the Greek far-right group, for leading a criminal organisation, along with the conviction of 11 other former Golden Dawn MPs, put an end to a five-year trial whose implications will echo far beyond Greece’s borders.
The trial of the Golden Dawn case is going to be completed soon, after a lengthy process of almost six years, while the Court has ruled unanimously that Golden Dawn was set up and operated as a criminal organization and found guilty the majority of those accused of a number of criminal acts.
In recent weeks, the Racist Violence Recording Network (RVRN) has witnessed an increasing number of xenophobic and racist incidents,
On Monday 19/06/2017, the prosecutor of the Supreme Court Mrs. Demetriou met in her office representatives of agencies and organizations (Hellenic League for Human Rights,
3/10/14. Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos is jailed ahead of the trial, on charges of leading a criminal organisation
In response to the recent arson attack on the newspaper Athens Voice, but also every similar attempt to use violence as a means to confront opinions and ideas
The Hellenic League for Human Rights has often highlighted the fact that the lack of legal protection for victims of racist crimes
Athens, 7 January 2014. The trial for the murder of Shehzad Luqman resumes on Wednesday, 8 January 2014.
The murder of Pavlos Fyssas acted as a catalyst for the key developments that followed on the role of Golden Dawn in Greek political life: its characterization as a criminal organization
Athens, 25 September 2013 – “Those who killed yesterday have been training on the bodies of immigrants for three years
“It is necessary to expel the prostitutes carrying HIV, in order to stop them from being a threat to the Greek family”, said the Minister of Health