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PUBLICATION about young male migrants

We explore the current challenges faced by young male migrants and refugees.

A story we shared

PUBLICATION about the stories in the era of COVID-19

We’d like you to turn your attention from the problem itself to the ways in which we can manage this crisis.

News industry in Greece

News industry in Greece

Video

February 7, 2019
The first pilot episode about the media industry in Greece and how easy is for migrants to work on the field.
I came to Greece for love

I came to Greece for love

Blog

by Angel Sifontes • edited by Vicky Kassahun Gebregiorgis • photo by Angel Sifontes
November 16, 2018
“My coming to Greece was not because of an economic or political situation. It was a decision of love”
LGBT in native American culture

LGBT in native American culture

Culture

by Angel Sifontes • edited by Vicky Kassahun Gebregiorgis
October 10, 2018
Little is known about homosexuality in the original people of America, because historically, it has been subject to an arduous homophobic censure.

WHY WE NEED YOU

The media in Greece has lost their credibility and they are solely responsible for this. However, time has run out, and so have excuses for the outdated perception of the way they function − a transmitter-receiver format. Media and journalism should also act as a receiver and communicate with other disciplines in search of common ways to include their communities. Despite the efforts to achieve this, I see tremendous resistance from people in the industry and beyond.

Journalists for journalists, academics for academics, and within my own discipline, anthropologists for anthropologists… We should make an effort to be more receptive to one another and above all to include the very people we are (supposedly) writing about. Each side needs the other. And it shouldn’t be so difficult anymore, for us to question our “expertise”. This can make things a lot more exciting.

At Solomon we are not interested in trying to be the “experts” nor do we want to be vaguely “objective”. We are interested in seeking and presenting the facts, and being able to share them, completely and transparently, with the people who care about realities. And, of course, doing so without serving any special interests or outside influences −something that the media in Greece suffers from.

At Solomon, we have decided to continue to maintain our independence. But we do not want this choice to be the reason why we are forced to work in a state of insecurity and exhaust all of our resources to be able to literally remain upright. We’ve seen this happen in the past and it’s not beneficial. On the contrary, we want our independence to be the reason why people view us as a trustworthy news source, and will support us in maintaining our dedication, so we can continue doing what we started in 2016 when Solomon was established.

Iliana Papangeli

Project Manager

Iliana Papangeli

Project Manager

WHY WE NEED YOU

The media in Greece has lost their credibility and they are solely responsible for this. However, time has run out, and so have excuses for the outdated perception of the way they function − a transmitter-receiver format. Media and journalism should also act as a receiver and communicate with other disciplines in search of common ways to include their communities. Despite the efforts to achieve this, I see tremendous resistance from people in the industry and beyond.

Journalists for journalists, academics for academics, and within my own discipline, anthropologists for anthropologists… We should make an effort to be more receptive to one another and above all to include the very people we are (supposedly) writing about. Each side needs the other. And it shouldn’t be so difficult anymore, for us to question our “expertise”. This can make things a lot more exciting.

At Solomon we are not interested in trying to be the “experts” nor do we want to be vaguely “objective”. We are interested in seeking and presenting the facts, and being able to share them, completely and transparently, with the people who care about realities. And, of course, doing so without serving any special interests or outside influences −something that the media in Greece suffers from.

At Solomon, we have decided to continue to maintain our independence. But we do not want this choice to be the reason why we are forced to work in a state of insecurity and exhaust all of our resources to be able to literally remain upright. We’ve seen this happen in the past and it’s not beneficial. On the contrary, we want our independence to be the reason why people view us as a trustworthy news source, and will support us in maintaining our dedication, so we can continue doing what we started in 2016 when Solomon was established.

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