Providing reliable information is sometimes more valuable than food or clothes. It empowers people and gives them an overview of their rights, obligations and options. It prevents them from taking unnecessary risks and gives them the ability to act in dignity.
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We make weekly visits to several camps, private accommodation spaces and social initiatives for asylum seekers in the north of Greece. In addition, we provide information through social media. Facebook has proven especially important to us as we now use it to update our over 15,000 followers, mostly asylum seekers, on new asylum-related developments and to field questions on a daily basis. We also provide individual case support with EU relocation and family reunification procedures. We engage with lawyers, social workers, and asylum authorities both in Greece and abroad to follow up on the status of individual applications and resolve any complications. We collaborate with networks and organisations advocating for the rights of refugees and migrants rights on a regional, national and international level.