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Archive : Our blog


Covid management on Samos


by Med'EqualiTeam

bp check

Christmas on Samos


by Med'EqualiTeam

medical instruments patient doctor

Winter is coming, act for refugees


by Med'EqualiTeam

emad with doctor and patient

Overcrowding in the camp, long waits for hygiene and food and our growing medical team


by Med'EqualiTeam

nurse flo leg girl wound cream

Updates and new projects


by Med'EqualiTeam

waiting area from above

January on Samos


by Med'EqualiTeam

External articles

We have selected several articles relevant to the situation on Samos

Greece begins moving migrants to new 'closed' camp


by France 24

Grèce : refoulements illégaux en Mer Egée


by ARTE Reportage

Constructing Crisis at Europe's Borders


by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

Greece accused of ‘shocking’ illegal pushback against refugees at sea


by The Guardian

Unaccompanied children at the gates of Europe


by Still I Rise & Refugee Rights Europe

A report by one of the NGO working on Samos, supported by Refugee Rights Europe

Le camp de la honte aux portes de l'Europe


by RTS - Temps Présent

A distress call for human rights: The widening gap in migrant protection in the Mediterranean


by The Council of Europe

Follow-up report to the 2019 Recommendation by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights

Grèce : à Samos, les refoulements de migrants par les gardes-côtes, un « secret de polichinelle »


by Le Monde

Call to withdraw German police from Greek migrant 'pushbacks'


by InfoMigrants

NGOs criticize situation in migrant camps on Lesbos and Samos


by InfoMigrants

European Parliament: Refugee camps on the Greek islands: situation and challenges


by European Parliament, Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

MEPs will quiz representatives of the European Commission and the German Presidency of the Council about the situation on the temporary Kara Tepe site, which houses most of the 12,000 people left homeless by the fire in Moria. They will also look into the challenges faced by the Greek authorities regarding reception of migrants and asylum-seekers and processing of their asylum claims.

Recent revelations about Frontex staff and resources allegedly being involved in illegal pushbacks of asylum-seekers carried out by Greek border guards are also likely to be raised during the exchange of views.