Briefing for November 6 Trilogue on the Screening Regulation

2023-11-06T12:43:51+00:00

November, 6th 2023 - The European Commission, Parliament and Council are meeting to discuss the Screening Regulation of the European New Pact on Migration and Asylum. This briefing, written along with the Border Violence Monitoring Network, aims to provide evidence from research conducted in Greece and Italy that can be used to support [...]

Briefing for November 6 Trilogue on the Screening Regulation2023-11-06T12:43:51+00:00

Joint Statement – Unlawful Detention and Worsening Conditions: Over 4000 Asylum Seekers Unlawfully Detained on Samos and Lesvos 

2023-09-26T11:03:05+00:00

In a deeply concerning development, asylum seekers on the Aegean islands of Samos and Lesvos are being placed en mass into unlawful detention in appalling conditions in the EU-funded Closed Controlled Access Centers (CCACs) while awaiting registration of their asylum requests. Following a sharp increase in arriving asylum seekers from Türkiye since July 2023, [...]

Joint Statement – Unlawful Detention and Worsening Conditions: Over 4000 Asylum Seekers Unlawfully Detained on Samos and Lesvos 2023-09-26T11:03:05+00:00

Unidentified, unrecognised and denied support: survivors of human trafficking in the Samos Closed Controlled Access Centre

2023-09-08T06:52:26+00:00

Report from Samos demonstrates that Greek and EU-authorities routinely violate the rights of survivors of human trafficking. 6th September 2023, Vathy, Samos: Through analysing the cases of 53 survivors of human trafficking, I Have Rights (IHR), a non-profit legal organisation based on Samos, presents evidence that at every stage of the asylum and [...]

Unidentified, unrecognised and denied support: survivors of human trafficking in the Samos Closed Controlled Access Centre2023-09-08T06:52:26+00:00

Newsletter #7 – July 2023

2023-08-07T15:15:32+00:00

*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*   Updates from Samos   Dear I Have Rights supporters, While summer is in full swing, an unprecedented heatwave has hit Greece. Its effects on residents of the Closed Controlled Access Centre (CCAC) are multiplied, and the low amounts of water provided to them - which were not adapted [...]

Newsletter #7 – July 20232023-08-07T15:15:32+00:00

12 years after M.S.S.: Reporting on Human Rights, Access to Asylum and Detention in Greece

2023-08-01T14:09:44+00:00

Joint Submission by I Have Rights and Mobile Info Team The landmark 2011 M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece ruling by the European Court of Human Rights found that the Greek Government violated Article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights, namely the prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment, due  to conditions [...]

12 years after M.S.S.: Reporting on Human Rights, Access to Asylum and Detention in Greece2023-08-01T14:09:44+00:00

Third Party Intervention to the European Court of Human Rights

2024-01-11T15:00:16+00:00

Press Release I Have Rights and the Border Violence Monitoring Network present evidence of an established practice of pushbacks at the Greek-Turkish land border and demonstrate a lack of access to domestic remedies in Greece for survivors. VATHY, 25th July 2023 – I Have Rights (IHR), a Samos-based non-profit refugee law clinic [...]

Third Party Intervention to the European Court of Human Rights2024-01-11T15:00:16+00:00

GREVIO evaluation report on the implementation of the Council of Europe convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence.

2023-07-03T07:54:28+00:00

Press Release Samos, Greece - I Have Rights (IHR) and The Human Rights Legal Project (HRLP) has submitted a joint report to the Group of Experts on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO) on the violations of the Istanbul Convention in Greece. The report highlights several [...]

GREVIO evaluation report on the implementation of the Council of Europe convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence.2023-07-03T07:54:28+00:00

Joint Statement: Shutdown of the Greek Asylum Service database leaves people unable to claim asylum and in limbo

2023-06-28T11:59:29+00:00

Between 5th May and 7th June 2023, most of the operations of Greek asylum authorities under the umbrella of the Ministry of Migration and Asylum (MoMA) were halted due to an upgrade of the Asylum Service’s database, Alkyoni. During this period, no operations involving the Alkyoni system could be performed, including registration of [...]

Joint Statement: Shutdown of the Greek Asylum Service database leaves people unable to claim asylum and in limbo2023-06-28T11:59:29+00:00

“They are killing minds”- Life in the Samos Closed Controlled Access Centre

2023-08-29T15:35:50+00:00

In a report out on International Refugee Day, I Have Rights shares testimonies of people held in the EU-Funded Samos Closed Controlled Access Centre (CCAC). Vathy, 20th August 2023 (International Refugee Day) - A report out today provides testimony from people who are or have been accommodated in the Samos CCAC in 2023. [...]

“They are killing minds”- Life in the Samos Closed Controlled Access Centre2023-08-29T15:35:50+00:00

Policy Brief on evidence of Aegean pushbacks

2023-06-23T07:56:40+00:00

Following the video evidence published on May 19th by the New York Times,  I Have Rights (IHR) and the Border Violence Monitoring Network (BVMN) sent a joint briefing to Members of Parliament, sharing data and testimonies of survivors of pushbacks in the Aegean recorded over the last two years. [...]

Policy Brief on evidence of Aegean pushbacks2023-06-23T07:56:40+00:00
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