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One last dance… Let’s all unite to support the people in need!
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One last dance… Let’s all unite to support the people in need!

One last dance for our campaign! During this difficult period of the pandemic lockdown your contribution to our efforts for the people in need has been extremely vital. At this moment our campaign efforts remain at the 64% of our ultimate goal which will expire in 11 days. Every donation counts as the needs of...

To make visible the problems of the invisible people
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To make visible the problems of the invisible people

When we start our efforts to support the most vulnerable, even invisible people to society, affected by the pandemic consequences, we knew that our work would be both difficult and necessary. Our endeavor has been strengthened by all of you that have offered your help generously. You can support our campaign here. What we have...

We do not forget the people in need. Support our campaign!
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We do not forget the people in need. Support our campaign!

The Greek Forum of Refugees has shared a call to action in order to support the most vulnerable people of our society amidst the lockdown caused by the COVID – 19 outbreak.  We have entered the Give & Fund platform so we could raise some funding for the people in need. If you want to support our...

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HOW LONG DOES AN ASYLUM APPLICATION TAKE? #9

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES HOW LONG DOES AN ASYLUM APPLICATION TAKE? The regular asylum procedure maximum duration is the time each EU member State defines for the asylum services to examine and deliver a decision from the moment that a person apply for asylum. We see that the average duration...

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THE ASYLUM RECOGNITION LOTTERY #8

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES THE ASYLUM RECOGNITION LOTTERY Rates of recognition refers to the number of asylum seekers being granted international protection in a specific country compared to the total number of applications received from this specific country. These are only two examples illustrating how random it is to obtain...

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HOW MUCH IS THE ALLOWANCE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS? #7

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES HOW MUCH IS THE ALLOWANCE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS? States are compelled to provide financial assistance to an asylum seeker for the whole duration of the asylum procedure. We can see big gaps existing between European countries, that cannot be explained by the different living standards only....

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HOW LONG CAN ASYLUM SEEKERS STAY IN A RECEPTION CENTER? #6

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES HOW LONG CAN ASYLUM SEEKERS STAY IN A RECEPTION CENTER? This chart shows the different maximum accommodation time in several European countries, as contained in their national legal framework as application of the EU directive laying down minimum standards for the reception of asylum seekers. It...

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WHICH STATES PROVIDE WITH LANGUAGE LESSONS? #5

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES WHICH STATES PROVIDE WITH LANGUAGE LESSONS? States can provide asylum seekers and refugees with language lessons, which remains one of the best ways to facilitate integration into the hosting society. However, there are many differences depending on the status in itself, but also the country concerned....

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WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT TO BE DETAINED? #4

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT TO BE DETAINED? More and more asylum seekers are closed in detention centres in the country they entered and are, consequently, deprived of their freedom of movement. Detention facilities raise several issues as human rights States are expected to protect are...

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HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO ENTER LABOUR MARKET? #3

ONE EUROPE – DIFFERENT POLICIES – UNEQUAL RIGHTS FOR REFUGEES HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO ENTER LABOUR MARKET? Few data are available when it comes to know the employment rate of refugees across European countries. However, based on four researches led in Germany, Sweden, Denmark and the UK, we can see that, in average, there is...

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