UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, SolidarityNow and pod.gr are joining forces amid the pandemic to overcome language barriers and provide information to refugees and migrants in Greece through podcasts. Podcasts are produced through collaboration between UNHCR, SolidarityNow and pod.gr, the first Greek platform that creates and distributes podcasts. This cooperation aims to ensure ease of […]
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
Should we all be wearing face masks to prevent Covid-19 spread? The face mask question is more complicated than it might at first seem, explains UNCHR and SolidarityNow.
Radio Spot #2 The following message is brought to you by UNHCR and Solidarity Now. The Asylum Service has extended the closure of its services to the public until May 15th , including registrations, interviews and submissions of appeals. Documents of asylum seekers and beneficiaries of international protection that have expired during this period are […]
What applies from now on to the suspension of working contracts, working in rotation and working hours? The lawyers and the counselors of the Employability Service of the Athens Solidarity Center are following the developments and answering your questions. Read the relevant document
The following message is brought to you by UNHCR and Solidarity Now. On April 28th the Greek state announced the gradual ease of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. As of Monday May 4th The obligation to hold a movement permit in SMS or handwritten paper is lifted. Exercise outdoors and swimming in the sea is allowed, […]
The podcasts have been produced in collaboration with pod.gr, the Greek podcast platform.