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Greece Skype asylum schedule

Advisers available via Skype in different languages, depending on the day -- see schedule for days and times. Downloads as PDF. Current as of 8 August 2016.
http://refucomm.com/infopacks/greece-mainland/how-to-apply-for-asylum-relocation-or-family-reunion/skype-schedule/multilingual/greece-mainland_how-to-apply-for-asylum-relocation-or-family-reunion_skype-schedule_MULTILINGUAL.pdf

Asylum info: Germany, Switzerland, Greece (folder)

Link to folder continuing information on the asylum process in (so far) Greece, Germany and Switzerland. Larger PDFs inside. (Current as of February 2016.)
http://bit.ly/asyluminfoeurope

Relocation program info

Compiled by w2eu
http://w2eu.info/greece.en/articles/greece-legal.en.html

Legal contacts for refugees in Greece

Collected by the Elena organization. List of legal aid groups and other NGOs offering legal support.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bxi779He2LELYnNQWHFkQVgtWTg

RefuComm communication for refugees

As of October 2016, single best one-stop legal info point for refugees in Greece. Practical bulletins about asylum, relocation and reunification procedures, in Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish, and some in Pashto and Urdu. Pre-registration flowchart from UNHCR is here ("Legal pathways flowchart"), with helpful color-coding. "Preparing for your asylum interview" section, including a long list of questions that may be asked.
http://refucomm.com/greece/

Internews "Refugee Rumours"

Dispelling rumors, one at a time. The newsletter is circulated weekly, on Fridays. Farsi: https://newsthatmoves.org/fa/category/rumours/ Arabic: https://newsthatmoves.org/ar/category/rumours/ Greek: https://newsthatmoves.org/el/category/rumours/ Email subscription at http://eepurl.com/bMT3L5 .
https://newsthatmoves.org/en/category/rumours/

Greece asylum info in 18 languages

What to say to claim asylum in Greece. Note that this guide is somewhat out of date--it was *not* written for the current situation, and is not totally accurate in some spots. But for an overview, and in the absence of other details, it is a helpful starting point.
http://asylo.gov.gr/en/?page_id=99

Social benefits for refugees in Greece -- master lists

Collection of PDFs listing organizations providing support, in a variety of categories (food, Greek language lessons, psychological support, accommodation, education, legal and medical support). Allegedly in multiple languages, but currently (mid-July 2016) seeing only English. All info was collected April-June; not certain of plans to keep updated.
http://refugees.gr/en1/2016/06/30/social-benefits/

Official Greek government: Info for asylum for people arrived after March 20, 2016

In Greek, English, Arabic, Dari
http://asylo.gov.gr/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/nisia.pdf

Sixth EU report on relocation and resettlement -- September 2016

"Boring and nerdy" -- you were warned :) -- "but a really reliable informative look into the problems surrounding relocation, how it's progressing and how the Greek Asylum Service is functioning behind the scenes."
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/european-agenda-migration/proposal-implementation-package/docs/20160928/sixth_report_on_relocation_and_resettlement_en.pdf

RefuComm YouTube channel

For refugees who don't read, RefuComm maintains this helpful collection of videos. Always expanding!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgxoiWtizRFBdJhInUeNllw

Appointment search tool / full appointment list.

Find your appointment time using your registration number. If that fails, consult the entire list of appointments, through April 2017, sorted by registration number: http://bit.ly/greeceapptlist
https://search.rescueapp.org

W2EU Welcome to Greece guide

Arabic: http://w2eu.info/greece.ar.html Farsi: http://w2eu.info/greece.fa.html PDFs in all languages: http://w2eu.info/greece.en/articles/greece-guide.en.html This guide includes a whole chapter on the special situation on the islands for all refugees arrived since March 20, 2016, in addition to a larger section for those on the mainland, plus detailed information on family reunification and relocation, plus a lot of useful contacts mainly in Athens and Thessaloniki.
http://w2eu.info/greece.en.html

Return Watch (Turkey)

Monitors treatment of refugees forcibly returned to Turkey. Contact for legal support if needed; click 'contact form' for link to secure browser form.
https://returnwatch.org/contact

LGBTQ support orgs

Link to Facebook post listing major organizations and help centers in Athens. Many are also listed in the Places directory on this site (search 'LGBT').


https://www.facebook.com/groups/greecevolinfopoint/permalink/414475352216869/

Refugees 2 Refugees R2R Solidarity Call Center

Refugee-staffed call center, based in Thessaloniki.

+302311180903 (Mon - Fri 10.00 - 16.00)

FacebooK: https://www.facebook.com/Refugees-to-Refugees-R2R-Solidarity-Call-Center-1039101139520127/ 


http://www.callcenter.coop/