refugees in greece


Child refugees detained in reception facilities on the island of Lesbos where the COVID-19 lockdown continues | Photo: EPA/Stratis Balaskas
Islands like Kos and Leros have been largely forgotten by the media, even though residents in camps there too are living in difficult conditions | Source: Refugee Rights Europe
Amal, 62, was granted refugee status in Greece in 2018 | Photo: DW/F.Schmitz
Refugee camps, like this one in Nea Kavala, Greece, are overcrowded and ill-equipped | Photo: Imago/Christian Mang
Migrants and refugees disembarking from a ferry in the port of Kavala, northern Greece | Photo: EPA/LASKARIS TSOUTSAS
Refugees have found temporary shelter in the makeshift refugee camp in the port of Piraeus, Greece | Photo: EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU
The Greek Prime Minister's government has introduced tougher registration rules surrounding NGOs working with migrants. Now up to 22 groups have failed to meet requirements and are being asked to cease operations | Photo: EPA / Stephanie Lecocq
Refugees and their children, holding asylum status, hold a protest outside the EU offices in Athens on May 27, 2020 | Photo: Louisa Gouliamaki /AFP
Refugees at a protest against evictions in Greece on June 1 | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
Migrants protesting outside the EU offices in Athens on May 27, 2020 | Photo: Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP
Migrants in Greece | Photo: DW/F. Schmitz
A worker clears up the peach groves in spring in Greece | Photo: Imago