Greece is one of the main transit countries for border crossers who are trying to reach Europe. However, for many of these people, Greece ends up being a place of detention, a dead end. The increased migration and refugee influx along with the absence of a legal framework regarding a functioning reception system, as well as the sociopolitical circumstances of the economic crisis leads to the impoverishment of migrants and refugees living in Greece. This situation also generates xenophobic and racist sentiments in a considerable part of the Greek population. In order to address these issues, it is of great importance for Greece to guarantee human living conditions but also for Europe to have a unified migration policy. RLS Greece, is trying to contribute to an open dialogue but also to raise awareness in regards to migration and refugee issues with various events, open discussions and publications.  
27 April 2017
No Direction Home: Looking at Loss and Hope
15 May 2016
"Here I am"
16 March 2016
"Here I am"
4-6 July 2014
Antiracist festival
3-6 December 2012
Immigration policy in Greece and Europe in times of crisis
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