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The chronicle of a dozen deaths foretold

Society

by Stavros Malichudis and Ingeborg Eliassen • cover photo Nicolas Economou • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 20, 2020
The living conditions that asylum seekers endure at the Moria Reception and Identification Center on Lesvos have become infamous. Insiders who know about the inhospitable environment at the camp are not surprised by clashes which have turned deadly. Residents have persistently asked for more security.

The “self-taught” Greek Asylum Service

Society

by Stavros Malichudis • translated by Gigi Papoulias
January 27, 2020
Waiting for months at a time for their applications to be considered, many asylum seekers have had negative experiences with the Greek Asylum Service. Conversely, the employees of the Asylum Service try, with every means possible, to overcome hardships which run deeper than what’s visible on the surface.

A visual representation of Australia’s devastating fires

The Visuals

Research – Analysis – Data Visualization
by Thanassis Troboukis | @troboukistranslation by Iliana Papangeli
January 8, 2020
The Visuals column provides vivid and flexible visualizations of information and data. Here we produce our visual stories.

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First they came for the Albanians

Society

by Alexandra Tanka • translated by The Language Project • photo by Alexandra Tanka
December 5, 2018

When the Albanians first knocked the Greek family’s door to ask for a job, they did not expect -probably- such a behaviour which would stigmatize a whole generation of immigrants.

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

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

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.

Chronicles of Zak’s case

Society

by Alex King
October 5, 2018
The full truth of Zak’s death might never come out. This would mean that fascists can still murder with impunity in Greece.

Hamid: An expert carpet maker from Iran in Athens

Culture

by Mirsini Arvanitis • photo by Nadir Noori
October 2, 2018
He used to work in carpet store and began to make plans to open his own carpet business in London based on his Turkish network in Istanbul. But life had provided a different plan for Hamid.

Chileans vs plastic bags

Blog

by Angel Sifontes • edited by Vicky Kassahun Gebregiorgis
September 26, 2018
A group of Chilean scientists have decided to give a weight to the front, and present a real and innovative solution.

Rat Park: The story of an experiment

Society

by Mohamed Ben Ghuzzi • translated by Gigi Papoulias
September 26, 2018
What we know today as the art of comics was once the art of narration through images started in the caves of the pre historic days

The world of comics

Blog

by Konstantina Konstantinou • translated by Alexia Stamatelatou
September 25, 2018
What we know today as the art of comics was once the art of narration through images started in the caves of the pre historic days.

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