Financial Times: The forever crisis: a Greek tragedy

Mr. Simon Kuper, journalist and columnist from the Financial Times, wrote an article related to the consequences of the financial crisis in Greece. SN team members working at the ASC were interviewed and discussed thoroughly with the journalist various issues. Read the full article below:  The forever crisis: a Greek tragedy

FastCompany: This Is How Airbnb Will House 100,000 Refugees In The Next Five Years

Published at FastCompany With its innovative Open Homes platform, Airbnb will connect agencies aiding those in need with volunteers opening their homes—and hearts. BY RUTH READER Soon after Donald Trump issued the first iteration of his disputed ban on travel from six predominantly Muslim countries—a move critics said would adversely affect refugees from war-torn Syria—the […]

ΑΜΝΑ: Painting is a lung, is a way to breathe is oxygen

The ‘Pain and Hope’ exhibition with drawings of refugees-beneficiaries of NGOs takes place in Athens (METApolis Gallery (7-14/7)) with the support of SolidarityNow and the initiative by Médecins du Monde. See the whole article here

Athina 9.84: A new Child and Family Support Hub opens its doors to refugees and migrants in the City of Athens

The inauguration of the new Child and Family Support Hub (CFSH or “Blue Dot”) is presented, as the result of the collaboration between the City of Athens, and more specifically the Department for the Support and Social Integration of Migrants and Refugees, and SolidarityNow. The initiative, which targets refugee and migrant women and children, is […]