TO VIMA: Refugees run in the Athens Classic Marathon

The first thing that went through Nouri’s mind, when he was informed that it was feasible to participate in the Athens Classic Marathon with the 1st group of refugees in the history of the race, was that he would like his country, Syria, to be represented at such an event. The 15 Syrian refugees, aged 14-37 […]

KATHIMERINI: Syrian refugees to run 5 km road race in the capital on Sunday

As published in KATHIMERINI On his cell phone, Abdallah shows me a video of Ghada Shouaa, a retired Syrian heptathlete who won her country’s first and, so far, only Olympic gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Games. The 37-year-old Abdallah has not set his eye on a medal, but he’s still hoping for a good […]


About the Home For Hope campaign

Kathimerini: Hope has found shelter

The journalist of Kathimerini newspaper visited the premises of the Elpida Home and interviewed Amed Khan. In this article, the everyday life of the residents is described and Mr. Khan states that his dream is to make more Elpida Home projects feasible. See the whole article here

Huffington Post: The first UN World Humanitarian Summit: Results, omissions, and future goals

The first UN World Humanitarian Summit: Results, omissions, and future goals By Arianna Tsolakoglou, Advocacy Officer of SolidarityNow Published on the Huffington Post on 30.05.3016 The recently concluded, first-ever UN-led World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul may be remembered as an impressive logistical achievement: around 9,000 stakeholders representing 173 countries, including heads of states, representatives of UN […]