Campaign To #SavePikpa As Vulnerable People Are Threatened With Eviction From A Refugee Camp On Lesvos
Since its inception, the project has provided support to over 30,000 people
By Conor Fortune, News Writer at Amnesty International You can't stop a ship dead in its tracks, but sometimes you can change
'I renew my heartfelt plea for responsibility and solidarity.'
Pope Francis welcomed 12 Syrian refugees on board his charter plane after an emotional visit to the Greek island of Lesbos
From the Syrian Border to the Shores of Lesvos; What Is It Really Like to Make the Harrowing Refugee Journey?
This is Ed... A couple of days ago Ed thought he was going to die. We love Ed, and were worried he might die too, but as he didn't, we can now tell his crazy story. Ed has just made the journey from the Syrian border, across Turkey to Izmir, and across the Aegean sea in a rubber dingy to Lesvos. Determined to show what refugees are ACTUALLY going through as they travel, he documented the journey every step of the way.
The demolition is expected to begin this week. There are real human lives at stake, and there is only a small window of opportunity to make them just a little better. That's why the government can, and must, act.
In 1951, inspired by a mix of guilt and hope, governments around the world got together to write a Refugee Convention. It
A Day In The Life Of A Lesvos Volunteer: Dan's Experience On The Front Line Of Europe's Refugee Crisis
As a member of the rescue team, Dan spends the early hours waiting to spot incoming boats on the distant horizon. These boats are packed with terrified refugees making the crossing from Turkey, only a few miles away; a small stretch of sea which has become one of the most dangerous in the world over the past year.
A Conservative MP has revealed the "awful" state of the Lesbos migrant crisis after she visited the island last week. Heidi
If you need convincing that its the volunteers keeping refugees alive as they land in Europe, you need look no further than Moria. Moria is the only place in Lesbos where volunteers haven't been able to lead the response.