Workers, teachers, doctors, students and youth groups in Greece observed a nationwide general strike on November 26, putting forward a set of urgent demands in sectors including health care, education, public transport, and other areas of employment
Workers, teachers and youth groups in Greece have called for a general strike on November 26 and have put forward a series of demands in sectors such as health care, education and other areas of employment
Following the verdict, there was widespread celebration even as protesters honored the memory of Fyssas and other victims of Golden Dawn’s violence
A Greek court convicted the leadership of Greece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party of running a criminal organization. Its members were also convicted for their role in the murder of Greek musician Pavlos Fyssas and other hate crimes
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s visit to Greece and Turkey comes in the backdrop of escalating tensions between the two countries over maritime and energy rights in the Eastern Mediterranean region
Unions across the education, health and maritime sectors held major demonstrations in Greece on September 24 against austerity and demanding proper state intervention
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
Police have responded with heavy repression to mobilizations organized by progressive forces against an anti-protest law
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
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