SolidarityNow along with other Civil Society organizations prepared the answers to the most frequent asked questions regarding the vaccination against COVID-19 in 13 different languages. What are the benefits of getting vaccinated? Who should/should not be vaccinated? I do not have AMKA/ PAAYPA and/or AFM, can I still get vaccinated? All the above questions […]
Spread the news, not the virus!
At SolidarityNow we have been following closely the developments regarding the covid-19 pandemic affecting the planet and our country, more specifically. We all recognize that these are challenging times for our beneficiaries, and for our colleagues working in the field helping others and especially the vulnerable. Through this page, we will share with you SolidarityNow’s initiatives that address the pandemic, developments, guidelines and other useful issues related to this crisis.
PRESS RELEASES & ARTICLES
1. Message for self-tests for students and their parents/caregivers in 11 languages 2. Covid-19 Self-test instructions/ Frequently Asked Questions from the Official website https://self-testing.gov.gr/ in 8 languages 3. A list of all centers where individuals can take a re-test in case the result of their self-test is either positive or “invalid”, is available by Refugee […]
When we were told “Stay Home”, our thoughts and solidarity were with those who did not have a home; with the people who for us are not numbers, or “cases” to be deported, but they are women and men, girls and boys with names, origin and dreams for a life meant for people. When we […]
The following message is brought to you by UNHCR and Solidarity Now. Provision of Services from June 1, 2020. The Asylum Service wishes to inform applicants of the following: Cards of international protection that have expired between 13.3.2020 and 31.5.2020 will remain valid for six months according to the Ministry Decision of TT 9028/2020 (ΦΕΚ […]
The word that might best describe the situation we are experiencing is exclusion. Our daily lives and our sociability have changed, and that reminded us that nothing in our lives is a given. For refugees and asylum seekers, however, who have already experienced a complete change of their lives, the pandemic was nothing more than […]
I have always found change difficult, and especially when it’s unforeseen and catches you unprepared. That’s why when we were told that the educational lessons in the camp were temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus, I felt that I couldn’t do my job: being among children. After all, our presence in the camp is equivalent […]