Αρχική 2014

Ετήσιο Αρχείο: 2014

Greece: Incidents of torture in immigrant detention centres

Written by: Aphrodite Babasi    The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhumane Treatment, which is part of the European Council comes to our...

Imprisoned patients in Korydallos are subjected to torturous conditions

Prisoner suffering from Kaposi's sarcoma, was given an IV treatement instead of chemo.   Korydallos, which is the largest prison in Greece by far, is an...

Stop terrorizing our youth: incidents of police brutality against children in...

                                        Alexis Grigoropoulos was murdered by a police officer in 2008.   Monday, September 22nd. Students in Kesariani, Greece were peacefully preparing to occuppy their local...

Korydallos: the struggle against inhumane conditions and discrimination continues

The female prisoners in Korydallos Prison announce their first act of protest against their unfair transfer to another wing in the prison which will...

Female inmates in Korydallos Prison are treated like second class citizens

This announcement was written by female inmates in Korydallos Prison, after an entire floor which was supposed to house female inmates was used to...

Skouries: branding the local community a criminal organization

 Prominent Greek environmental activist Tolis Papageorgiou is due to appear in court today 07 July 2014. Together with 28 co-defendants, Papageorgiou faces charges of...

A.Reyes from RadioZapatista about the latest attack against Zapatistas #Geleano

  The ambush against the Zapatistas, which took place in the caracol of La Realidad on May 2nd, 2014, has resulted in the death of...

Stagones – A documentary on water adventures in Greece

The documentary "Stagones" by Nelly Psarrou, is now freely available for viewing online. {"video":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cthF1XWEgM","width":"800","height":"450"} «The title of this documentary could be TOMORROW'S WAR, TODAY. We have five...

Crisis-scapes: Athens and Beyond – the conference

 May 9&10. Athens Polytechnic (NTUA), Averof Building, Patission Campus (google map) The conference is in English. It is free and open to all, with no...

Greek court rules “unjust imprisonment” compensation for 2 HIV+ women

HIV positive women who have been publicly humiliated and imprisoned for many months in 2012, are winning a first, but small, vindication. On Friday, April...