2021

03

Aug

Yunanistan azınlık okullar

Turkey: Greece using temporary closures to permanently shut Turkish schools

Turkey has blasted a Greek government decision to shut down 12 more schools serving the country’s Muslim Turkish minority, saying it violates education rights. Under an Education Ministry decree, eight schools in Rhodope and four schools in Xanthi in the country’s Western Thrace will be temporarily suspended, a move that Turkey claims is planned and […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , TRT WORLD

30

Jul

Yunanistan sığınmacı çocuk

Greece: Stop Denying Refugee Children an Education

The Greek government should urgently reform discriminatory policies so that children seeking asylum can go to school when the new year begins on September 13, 2021, Human Rights Watch said today. Only 1 in 7 children living in camps was able to attend school in the last school year, and the authorities should immediately hire […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , RW

16

Jul

Frontex Direktörü Yunanistan

Frontex Reform Needed to Protect Migrant Rights in Europe

The European Border and Coast Guard Agency, known as Frontex, has failed to protect the rights of people at European Union borders, a European Parliament investigation has found. The July 15 report highlights how Frontex – in particular its executive director, Fabrice Leggeri – failed to take action to address reports of migrant pushbacks, the […]

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Country: European Union
Source: , HRW

23

Jun

Greece: Pushbacks and violence against refugees and migrants are de facto border policy

Greek border forces are violently and illegally detaining groups of refugees and migrants before summarily returning them to Turkey, in contravention of their human rights obligations under EU and international law, new research from Amnesty International has revealed. The report, Greece: Violence, lies and pushbacks, documents how the Greek authorities are conducting illegal pushbacks at land […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , Amnesty

03

Jun

In post-pandemic Europe, migrants will face digital fortress

Greek border guards are firing deafening noises across the border from armored cars into Turkey. The long-range sound equipment, or “sound cannon,” mounted on a vehicle is the size of a small TV set, but comparable to the volume of a jet engine. It has been installed and tested to prevent people from illegally entering […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , Eminetra

29

Apr

Greek court sentences Syrian refugee to 52 years in prison

A Greek court has sentenced a Syrian refugee to 52 years in prison for “illegally” crossing into the country with his family in the midst of the country’s crackdown on irregular migration through Turkey last year. Identified only by the initials KS in court, the refugee was handed the heavy sentence in a Mytiline court […]

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Country: Greece
Source: , INDEPENDENT

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