One million Italians without citizenship are still waiting for the great reform

One million Italians without citizenship are still waiting for the great reform

With the reform of Ius Soli still blocked in the Senate, the group Ïtalilani Senza Cittadinanza” started a petition to put pressure, asking for what should be obvious: to being recognised as Italian Citizens. More info on the struggle for the Ius Soli reform can be found here. Here follows the original text translated in English, with which they ask you to also sign the […]

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Announcement on the Procedures of Residence Permits’ Applications

Announcement on the Procedures of Residence Permits’ Applications

ATTENTION: This procedures concern only the Residence Permits issued by the Ministry of Migration Policy, not those issued by the Decentralized Services We inform you that the submission of applications regarding the residence permits which are issued by the Ministry of Migration Policy will take place at Agiou Dionysiou 5, Piraeus, with the following procedure: For the renewal of residence permits of all categories granted […]

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Italy: a struggle for the Ius Soli reform

Italy: a struggle for the Ius Soli reform

Thousands of different stories and faces An infinite love for Italy One request: be recognised as Italians The reform asked by thousands of people living in Italy tries to change the law of 1992 concerning Italian citizenship. In fact, since 1992, to become Italian, a person born in Italy from foreign parents must be legally residing in Italy without interruption from his/her birth and can […]

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1st School Street Festival of Art & Acceptance

1st School Street Festival of Art & Acceptance

“A Hug… to change the world!” 1st School Street Festival of Art & Acceptance When? The 7th of October Where? At Ermou pedestrian street What time? From 17:00 to 24:00 The Association of Teachers and Artists: Network of Art and Action organize the 1st  School Street Festival of Art and Acceptance! The festival will be held only for one afternoon, in the city center of Athens. […]

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Letter to the Ministry of Labor regarding Discrimination in Social Security Rights of second generation

Letter to the Ministry of Labor regarding Discrimination in Social Security Rights of second generation

The matter of the unjustified discrimination suffered by third-country nationals and their children regarding their insurance rights is once again raised by Generation 2.0 RED and Solidarity Now. The two organizations co-sign a joint letter to the Ministry of Labor, asking for the disputed provisions to be corrected and complied with the Greek Code of Migration and Social Inclusion and with the principle of equal […]

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Access to Work | Workshop Series for Refugees & Asylum Seekers

Access to Work | Workshop Series for Refugees & Asylum Seekers

The newly launched program “Facilitating access to work for Vulnerable Populations in Athens” aims to support refugees and asylum seekers in improving their living conditions by finding a fulfilling job position through the Career Counseling Service of Generation 2.0 RED, with the support of the International Rescue Committee. The program includes the reinforcement of one to one career counselling sessions, along with the organisation of […]

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Latest data on Citizenship | 2nd quarter of 2017

Latest data on Citizenship | 2nd quarter of 2017

Generation 2.0 RED, based on data collected by the Ministry of Interior, presents figures on Greek citizenship as they were up until the end of the second quarter of 2017 in Greece but also in Attica. Law 4332/2015 Applications From the begining of the implementation of the law until the end of the second quarter of 2017 (30/6), applications for Greek citizenship based on Law […]

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Update on the Decentralized Services for the month of August

Update on the Decentralized Services for the month of August

The Civil Status Directorate of Athens and the Civil Status Directorate of Central and Western Attica will not receive applications in person for citizenship (law.4332 but also naturalization) until the 18th of August. The Civil Status Directorate of Northern & Eastern Attica, as well as the Civil Status Directorate of Southern Attica, Piraeus and Islands will not receive applications in person in accordance with the […]

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Joint Letter of 21 NGOs on Housing Issues for Recognized Refugees

Joint Letter of 21 NGOs on Housing Issues for Recognized Refugees

August 1st, 2017 To: Minister for Migration Policy, Mr. Ioannis Mouzalas Alternate Minister of Economy and Development, Mr. Alexis Haritsis Notification: UNHCR Representative in Greece, Mr. Philippe Leclerc TOPIC: Housing issues for recognized refugees The increase in refugee status and subsidiary protection granting rates in Greece in recent years, which is of course a very positive development, calls for the immediate design and implementation of […]

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Through other people’s opinions

Through other people’s opinions

An article by Natalia Sotiropoulos “If it wasn’t on TV, it never happened…?” Each and every one of us shapes his/her opinion based on his/her experiences, on what he/she saw, heard or read. What happens, though, when you haven’t seen, heard or read something? What happens when it comes to shaping an opinion on an issue that is currently happening? This is when the Media […]

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Common PR about the violent incidents in Moria, Lesvos

Common PR about the violent incidents in Moria, Lesvos

Not so long ago after the article we wrote about what is happening in the camp of Moria, 15 organizations have published a joint press release on the violent incidents that have occurred against immigrants and refugees a few days ago. Generation 2.0 RED welcomes this initiative and co-signs. We express our deepest concern in relation to the information, complaints and testimonies about violence and […]

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Choosing to Dream | “Without speaking the language we can’t build any kind of relationship”

Choosing to Dream | “Without speaking the language we can’t build any kind of relationship”

Our third interviewee for the “Choosing to Dream”column is Foroozan Amiri. Foroozan is a young woman, only 25 years old, who comes from Afghanistan. She arrived in Greece last year and has been working as a cultural mediator for some time now. But how did she make this fresh start? We will let her speak for herself. “I am currently working with Save the Children […]

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In the middle of Flanders

In the middle of Flanders

By Silvia Giulini In the middle of Flanders, in Belgium, 30 minutes from Bruxelles by train, there is a small city called Mechelen. Its beautiful main square is enclosed by small symmetrical houses and, behind some of them, the cathedral raises majestically. Although significant, there is something even more beautiful than its monuments, which makes this city unique: The fact that 138 different nationalities live […]

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NEW GREEKS ON THE COURT | NEW GENERATION GOT GAME vol.IV

NEW GREEKS ON THE COURT | NEW GENERATION GOT GAME vol.IV

What happened, what we saw and what we heard, who came, who played and who won Last weekend, on June 24 & 25 2017, the New Generation Got Game vol.IV| New Kids on the Court took place in the outdoors court of Ampelokipi (Fthiotidos & Plakentias)! It is hard to accept the fact that the biggest Intercultural Basketball 3on3 Tournament is over already, but we […]

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After School | Summer Lessons for migrant and refugee children

After School | Summer Lessons for migrant and refugee children

The NGO CIVIS PLUS announces the launch of summer courses at the “Social School Support for migrant and refugee children” under the Open School Program of the Municipality of Athens. Summer lessons and “After School” activities will start on June 27 and will take place four times a week until July 28 at the 26th Elementary School of Athens (Fokionos Negri 63, Kypseli). The program […]

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Job Announcement | Career Counsellor Needed

Job Announcement | Career Counsellor Needed

ORGANISATION: GENERATION 2.0 RED JOB VACANCY: Career Counsellor CITY: Athens DEADLINE OF APPLICATIONS: 25/07/2017 CONTRACT LENGTH: 4-month fixed term contract with possibility of renewal ABOUT GENERATION 2.0 Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality & Diversity (Generation 2.0 RED) is a non-profit organisation consisted of  people who fight for the rights of socially vulnerable groups, regardless of their origin, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We combine […]

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A Postcard from Greece

A Postcard from Greece

By Silvia Giulini At the stroke of the 20th hour of the day, the sailors weigh anchors and the ferry starts, slowly, to glide on the sea. Next to me Abdullah, a young Afghan guy, smiles. He turns towards me and tells me, almost in confidence, “I don’t want to see Lesvos at least for the next five years. I hate it”. In front of […]

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15/06/17: Employees on strike at the Decentralized Services

15/06/17: Employees on strike at the Decentralized Services

Tomorrow, on June 15 2017, the Immigration Unit, where third-country nationals apply for residence permits will not operate from midday onwards due to workers’ strike. Why is this happening? As G2RED has already informed you, two major changes have occurred on the applications for residence permits. These changes concern the issuance of new residence permits with biometric data and the transfer of residence permits for […]

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The “Refugee crisis” in Greece (2016-2017)

The “Refugee crisis” in Greece (2016-2017)

Skype: The first step to be recognized as an asylum seeker | Statistics & Observations By Silvia Giulini This report focuses on the Greek Asylum Service and, in particular, on Skype, which is the first step for a Third Country National (TCN) in Greece to be recognised as an asylum seeker. This report is based on the data collected by our organization, Generation 2.0 for […]

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Not Another Wall Against the World | A special mural in the streets of Athens

Not Another Wall Against the World | A special mural in the streets of Athens

NEBULA in collaboration with Generation 2.0 RED introduce you the project Not Another Wall Against the World is a collective artistic intervention in the public space. Athenian street artists and refugee artists collaborate in order to create together a mural. In other words, old and new residents of Athens leave their own mark in the city by painting it. Their partnership transcends linguistic, religious and […]

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The Intercultural Basketball Tournament “New Generation Got Game” is back for the fourth time!

The Intercultural Basketball Tournament “New Generation Got Game” is back for the fourth time!

New Generation Got Game vol.IV: Bigger, stronger, loads of star players, more participants, many gifts and unique opportunities for the winners! Once more, the outdoors court of Ampelokipi (Fthiotidos & Plakentias) will host the most famous intercultural tournament of Greece on June 24 & 25. In the morning and the afternoon the court will be full of people, music, voices and passion for basketball. Young […]

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5th Festival of Love & Acceptance: “Our Earthy Identity”

5th Festival of Love & Acceptance: “Our Earthy Identity”

For the 5th consecutive year, the 2nd Primary School of Acharnes remains faithful to its appointment and makes the last Saturday of May the most beautiful celebration! The 5th Festival of Love & Acceptance is set on May 27 from 18:00 to 20:00 and this year borrows the title “Our Earthy Identity” from the book published by UNESCO entitled ” Seven Complex Lessons in Education […]

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Refugees skate their way from the camps to the center of Athens!

Refugees skate their way from the camps to the center of Athens!

By Rosie Fly Meet Alex. Alex is the owner of the Ministry of Concrete in Athens. Some time ago, the shop was about to close and an old stock went for sale. Fortunately for us, things changed, the shop stayed open and got transferred in the center of Athens (Axarlian Dionisiou 3, Syntagma). So, Alex, apart from an honest  businessman (honest businessman = someone who […]

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The Registrations for the New Generation Got Game vol.IV Have Gone Live!

The Registrations for the New Generation Got Game vol.IV Have Gone Live!

We are happy to announce the official launch of the registrations for the Multicultural Basketball Tournament New Generation Got Game vol.IV! For the fourth year, the tournament returns on June 24 & 25, at the outdoor court of Ampelokipi (Fthiotidos & Plakentias). This year, the New Generation Got Game becomes the biggest Multicultural 3on3 Basketball Tournament in Greece, with many star players, more participants, a […]

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Latest Statistics Regarding Citizenship

Latest Statistics Regarding Citizenship

Based on data provided to us by the Ministry of Interior, it appears that from the beginning of the implementation of Law 4332/2015, 5.8380 applications for Greek citizenship have been filed by persons born and educated in Greece, 42.5% of whose applications have been filed in the Decentralized Services of Attica. Meanwhile, 27.858 decisions have been issued (about 48%). Apart from the procedure for migrant […]

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Choosing to Dream | “We must never stop fighting!”

Choosing to Dream | “We must never stop fighting!”

Mr. Mahmoud is 63 years old and Bangladesh is his country of origin. He has been living in Greece for more than 20 years and he sets the example of a person who has not only faced efficiently the difficulties that came his way, but he also made good use of the opportunity he saw. Always with his backpack, after having handed out his CV […]

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Entry to Greek Universities, for third country nationals who have graduated from foreign schools in Greece or elsewhere

Entry to Greek Universities, for third country nationals who have graduated from foreign schools in Greece or elsewhere

Prerequisites After the last amendment of the law 4415/2016, third country nationals or EU citizens who wish to enter Greek universities, shall meet the following requirements: At least one of their parents must not have Greek origin and the applicants must be citizens of the country of the high school they graduated in The applicants must have completed with full attendance the last two classes […]

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Diversity on a witch-hunt

Diversity on a witch-hunt

By Natalia Sotiropoulos A few days now, articles about the fierce prosecution of the homosexuals in Chechnya are all over the internet. As the independent Russian newspaper Novoya Gazeta states, homosexuals are being prosecuted, arrested and imprisoned. There have been denounced tortures and murders, as well as the existence of a concentration camp for homosexuals. Unfortunately, we cannot confirm all these facts, because the government […]

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Announcement for the Exams on Greek Language Competence

Announcement for the Exams on Greek Language Competence

The Lifelong Learning Directorate of the General  Secretariat of Lifelong Learning & New Generation, is organizing on Saturday, May 20 2017, the exams of the first semester of 2017 for the certificate of Greek Language competence and Elements of Greek History & Culture for third country nationals and asylum seekers, in order to apply for the long term residence permit. Who can take the exam? […]

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Manolada: The Story Behind the 2 euros/kg Strawberries

Manolada: The Story Behind the 2 euros/kg Strawberries

“When I was at school, I read that Greece is the country where both democracy and civilization were born, and I wanted to go there. When I arrived in Manolada, I lived the opposite of what I read at school. But then, many persons started to help me and I understood what those books wanted to say”. These are the words of one of the […]

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Ace Your Next Job Interview | Workshop

Ace Your Next Job Interview | Workshop

I do have the CV illustrating best my work experience and skills, I know where and how I should apply for the job positions I am interested in, but how I do I get prepared when the phone finally rings? Join our free ACE YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW workshop and find out what to avoid and what to highlight the next time you present yourself […]

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We BREAK FREE from climate change, inequality and violence

We BREAK FREE from climate change, inequality and violence

On Sunday, March 26, put on some comfortable and colorful clothes, get some whistles and come to walk with us from Thissio to Zappeion, on a colorful and peaceful walk against what binds us: injustice, inequality, discrimination and climate change! Join your voice with more than 50 organizations, movements, communities and initiatives, reacting collectively and peacefully against any form of environmental degradation and social or […]

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21st of March, International Day Against Racial Discrimination

21st of March, International Day Against Racial Discrimination

On this day, back in 1960, police opened fired and killed 69 protestors in Sharpeville, South Africa. Those people were at a peaceful demonstration against the apartheid pass laws. Six years later, the UN proclaimed this day calling on the international community to redouble its efforts to eliminate all forms of racial discrimination. Today in 2017, racial profiling and incitement to hatred, including in the […]

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20th of March, one year exactly after the Deal of the EU with Turkey

20th of March, one year exactly after the Deal of the EU with Turkey

By Silvia Giulini Photo by Abdulazez Dukhan, Through Refugees Eyes On the 20th of March 2016, exactly one year ago, the EU-Turkey Deal started to be applied. I was 24 and a few weeks before the signing of the Deal, I started my post graduated internship at Generation 2.0. It was my first time living abroad and I was finally working in a place where […]

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Residence permits and citizenship, procedures and developments | Informative Event

Residence permits and citizenship, procedures and developments | Informative Event

A year and a half after the implementation of the L.4332 regarding the second generation’s citizenship, what are the problems risen in the procedure? What could be improved? What should the applicants be careful of? What changes are about to occur regarding the residence permits’ procedures? What is going to change now that the permits for exceptional reasons are going to be issued by the […]

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Choosing to Dream | “Hard Work Never Fails!”

Choosing to Dream | “Hard Work Never Fails!”

We launch a series of narratives concerning individuals who made a fresh start in Greece. They share their story with us, along with the difficulties they had to face, but also the new opportunities they took advantage of. Our first interviewee is Mawhib, 34, from Eritrea. He has now been living for 9 months in Greece and has been granted the refugee status. “I work […]

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Complaint by the Council of Immigrant Integration about the Amendment Voted by the Greek Parliament

Complaint by the Council of Immigrant Integration about the Amendment Voted by the Greek Parliament

The Council of Immigrant Integration, with Generation 2.0 RED’s initiative, published a complaint about the unacceptable amendment tabled and passed by the Greek Parliament, concerning the compensation of the local population of Moria, with money coming from the (reciprocal) fees for residence permits by third country’s citizens. Read the complaint here.

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Updates on the Citizenship Directorate – Delays for the Naturalization Interviews

Updates on the Citizenship Directorate – Delays for the Naturalization Interviews

Last week, the law 4456/2017 was published in the Official Government’s Gazette. Three and a half months after the reformation that divided the Directorate of Citizenship from the Ministry of Immigration Policy, this law makes provision for covering the administrative gaps that had been created, and the delay which followed in the cases of citizenship. In a few words, this law states that: The Citizenship Directorate […]

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160 International Organizations Unite their Voices in a Joint Statement Given the Upcoming European Council

160 International Organizations Unite their Voices in a Joint Statement Given the Upcoming European Council

Given the upcoming meetin of the European Council on the 9 & 10 of March, Generation 2.0 with more than 160 international organizations unite their voices in a joint statement addressed to the Heads of State and Government. After the last ECJ judgment and Hungary’s decision to detain asylum seekers, it is imperative to showcase that only a Europe that defends everyone’s rights, without exception, […]

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8th of March, International Women’s Day

8th of March, International Women’s Day

Artwork by Niki de Saint Phalle, Californian Diary “Dear Diary, I saw a fat woman on the beach today and she reminded me of a great pagan goddess. Black is different. I have made many black figures in my work. Black Venus, black Madonna, black men, black nanas. It has always been an important color for me. Today, walking on the beach I watched a […]

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{THE AND} project is coming to Athens!

{THE AND} project is coming to Athens!

The Skin Deep’s first project {THE AND} is an interactive documentary experience that explores the dynamics of modern relationships by bringing the viewer into the emotional space of real life couples. Merging interactive web design, innovative storytelling, and tryptic filmmaking, this interactive documentary presents a unique take on various types of human relationships. Couples ask each other candid questions and shared insight on the dynamics […]

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Let the “foreigners” pay then

Let the “foreigners” pay then

This week the draft law is being discussed titled “Additional measures for the implementation of the Regulation (EU, EURATOM) 1141/2014 regarding European political parties and foundations, the acceleration measures for the governmental work  of the Ministry of Interior and other provisions”. We have been waiting for this draft for a long time, since it settles administrative matters that have arisen regarding the Citizenship Directorate. On 21.02.2017, […]

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New Statistics Regarding Citizenship

New Statistics Regarding Citizenship

Based on the information given to us by the Ministry of interior regarding the last quarter of 2016, combined with the previous data we provided to you, we present you the quantitative data for pending and approved applications for citizenship under the laws 3838/2010 and 4332/2015, both on the country and the regional level of Attica. By the end of 2016 things were as follows: […]

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“Hellenism” is not inherited, but neither is immigration

“Hellenism” is not inherited, but neither is immigration

Last week’s event, with Riga Dardalis’ question to Steve Kerr, did not come as a complete surprise. If not everyone, most of the people with migrant origins in Greece (especially those without Caucasian characteristics) have been through such a situation. So, if we look at it with a sober eye, it was just a needless question, which just happened to take place on camera. To […]

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We say farewell to Tzanetos Antipas…

We say farewell to Tzanetos Antipas…

It is with great sadness that we say farewell to Tzanetos Antipas, President of the Non-Profit Organization “Praksis”, who left us very soon. We wish a safe journey to one of the first people who stood by the struggle of Generation 2.0. Together we shared common ideas, common experiences and common hopes. Today we farewell not only an extremely active member of the civil society […]

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Let Crete become the rule, not the exception

Let Crete become the rule, not the exception

Keeping in mind all the obstacles that have emerged during the implementation of the latest law on citizenship, the news regarding the number of positive citizenship decisions in Crete are really pleasant.Unavoidably, they are also alarming, given the fact that Crete is the exception and not the general rule. We are referring of course to the 3.500 applications that have been submitted last year alone […]

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Job Announcement | Social Worker Needed!

Job Announcement | Social Worker Needed!

ORGANIZATION: GENERATION 2.0 RED JOB VACANCY: Social Worker CITY: Athens START DATE: 01/03/2017 ABOUT GENERATION 2.0 Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality & Diversity (Generation 2.0 RED) is a nonprofit organization consisted of young people who fight for the rights of socially vulnerable groups, regardless of their origin, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We combine social action and research, aiming to promote human rights, equality […]

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Announcement: Closed Services due to Technical Upgrades

Announcement: Closed Services due to Technical Upgrades

The filling of applications or other services (for residence permits and citizenship) will not be possible from 15 to 22 of February, due to technical upgrades. Specifically, from Wednesday 15/2/2017 to Wednesday 22/2/2017, the following administrations will not operate for the public: The Civil Status Directorate (citizenship / naturalization applications) The Immigration Directorates (residence permits) The Department of Secretarial Support for the Ministry of Migration Policy […]

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Coming to Live | Ερχόμαστε για να Ζήσουμε | Kommen um zu Leben

Coming to Live | Ερχόμαστε για να Ζήσουμε | Kommen um zu Leben

We are looking for participants in a theater project for and with refugees! We start with a 10-day workshop that will set up groups which will work for a longer period of time with displaced children using the means of theater. Would you like to take part? Workshop A mixed group of persons with different backgrounds, aged 18-70, will spend 10 days together in a […]

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Report to The Greek Ombudsman for Discrimination in Social Security Rights

Report to The Greek Ombudsman for Discrimination in Social Security Rights

A month ago, Generation 2.0 RED published an article on the discrimination against third-country citizens who live, work and fulfill their obligations towards the Greek state, but do not have equal social insurance rights with their fellow citizens. Today, together with the organization Solidarity Now, we filed a report to The Greek Ombudsman, as this discrimination against citizens who pay equal insurance contributions with the […]

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Citizenship due to Greek School Attendance: What Changes for Private Schools?

Citizenship due to Greek School Attendance: What Changes for Private Schools?

The Ministry of Education submitted a draft law regulating various issues, which are going to be discussed in the Parliament later this week. It is with great pleasure we find among others, the Article 7, in particular the paragraph 5 stating: In Paragraph 1, Article 1B of the Greek Citizenship Code (l. 3284/2004 -A217), as this article was inserted by the section 1A of the […]

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Developments on Residence Permits

Developments on Residence Permits

On January the 13th, Generation 2.0 for Rights Equality and Diversity visited the Directorate of Immigration in Athens, and was updated on the developments regarding the residence permits. New residence permits with biometric data From the 23rd of February, new residence permits are going to be issued. The new residence permits require biometric data, meaning fingerprints and a passport photo (a colored, digital photograph 4×6 […]

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How many more lives are going to slip through our hands before we talk about Moria?

How many more lives are going to slip through our hands before we talk about Moria?

It’s not long since we last spoke about the safety gaps in the camps, specially the one in Moria. The media talk about “unfortunate incidents” and “individual events”, but the truth is nowhere near these statements. When the tents in the camp of Moria were completely covered in snow and destroyed, topical media talked about policemen that did not let anyone inside nor outside of […]

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New Generation Got Game @ Peloponnisos Doc Festival!

New Generation Got Game @ Peloponnisos Doc Festival!

The 3rd Peloponnese International Documentary Festival has opened its doors on 20th of January 2017 in Kalamata, while a part of it is hosted in Amaliada, Gytheio, Argos and Sparta. This year’s tribute is “Human Rights & Refugees”, and all the screenings, parallel events and workshops are free for the public. We are proud to announce that the New Generation Got Game Documentary will be screened tomorrow, Thursday 26 […]

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Citizenship’s Office & Reformation: Update from the Ministry of Interior

Citizenship’s Office & Reformation: Update from the Ministry of Interior

Generation 2.0, knowing the concerns raised regarding the delay of the approvals for Greek citizenship, combined with the recent reformation and separation of the Citizenship Office from the Ministry of Immigration Policy, sought information from the Ministry of Interior about the future of the Citizenship Office. As a reminder, on the beginning of December we met with the General Secretary of the Ministry of Interior, who […]

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What is going on with the citizenship issue?!

What is going on with the citizenship issue?!

Nowadays that the whole Greece is making 10 posts per day with Giannis Antetokounmpo #NBAvote and words like im/migrant, second generation and refugee are considered very trendy, we have to deal once more with the never ending issue of citizenship. On one hand, we have an article sweeping all over the media and is shared on the speed of light, the personal story of Mihalis, […]

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The Educational Program “The Other in me” has officially begun!

The Educational Program “The Other in me” has officially begun!

It is with great pleasure that we announce the program “The Other in Me“, a part of the development and promotion of alternative education from the Generation 2.0 RED organization! This program involves a series of educational games and experiential activities in High Schools, where skilled motivators and specialized educators of the organization will conduct the workshops. In every school that expresses interest to participate, […]

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2017 is only a few hours away

2017 is only a few hours away

* Photo by Abdulazez Dukhan, Through Refugee Eyes New year’s eve is just around the corner, people are counting backwards the hours left, running to buy last minute gifts, the atmosphere is festive, children are happy cause of the snow, everyone is tightening their scarves, some hate Christmas and stay at home, others enjoy the holiday spirit, these magical days, the hugs, the kisses, the […]

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