Progressive political sections and human rights groups across Europe had issued repeated warnings to the authorities of an imminent human tragedy at the overcrowded Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos
The protesters vowed to continue the fight against fascism and demanded justice for Pavlos Fyssas and punishment for his killers.
Pavlos Fyssas was killed by a member of the fascist Golden Dawn party in 2013. This year, marches were held throughout the country against fascism and demanding justice for the musician
Close to 70% of the tents and other material in the camp have been destroyed. As many as 13,000 refugees live in the Moria camp in the island of Lesbos
The 29th edition of the anti-imperialist camp organized by the Communist Youth of Greece (KNE) concluded on July 19. The event was organized under the banner “We stay strong, we do not stay silent, we go on the counter-attack”
Police have responded with heavy repression to mobilizations organized by progressive forces against an anti-protest law
Despite the Agrafa mountains being home to several places of historical and environmental importance, the Greek government has planned to open up the region to business interests
A bill introduced by the New Democracy goverment permits the authorities to impose restrictions on the use of roads and spaces for demonstrations. It also enables authorities to ban demonstrations and penalize the organizers
Successive Greek governments have done nothing to to ensure decent living conditions for the uprooted people. Instead, they are also evicting those who have been granted asylum from their accommodation facilities
Teachers and students in Greece observed an education strike on June 9, Tuesday, and staged protests across the country denouncing a controversial education bill proposed by the conservative New Democracy (ND) government.
The controversial bill presented by the Greek minister for education for public consultation on April 23 is likely to be voted on by the Greek parliament on June 10
The new bill for education proposed by the conservative New Democracy (ND)-led government in Greece has been opposed by teachers, students and parents across the country