Duration: 6 months (January - June 2017)

  • Offering assistance to asylum seekers in order to get international protection.
  • Offering assistance in family reunification cases
  • Offering assistance in relocation cases

The project is funded through the DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL

NGO Aitima has been implementing a project for material support to refugee families for four years.

More specifically we provide refugee families with:

  • Food items
  • Clothes
  • Items foe personal hygiene (soap, baby wipes, etc.)

NGO Aitima is implementing a pilot project on Monitoring Asylum procedures.

Project activities:

  • visits to the offices of the asylum authorities

  • contact with the Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Οmbudsman)
  • contact with other organizations providing legal  and other kind of support to asylum seekers

  • short report

Duration of the project: 6 months (September 2016-March 2017)

[Mid-term bulletin on MONITORING THE ASYLUM PROCEDURES, September 2016 - December 2016]

Report ""Asylum Seekers on Hold" Summary

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MONITORING IMMIGRATION DETENTION

 

ΑΙΤIΜΑ delivers a project for Monitoring Immigration Detention.

Project activities:

Visiting detention centers

Investigating detainees’ cases

Submitting reports to the competent authorities

Compiling a final report

 Duration: September 2015 - November 2016

[Quarterly Bulletin on MONITORING IMMIGRATION DETENTION, September - December 2015]

[Quarterly Bulletin on MONITORING IMMIGRATION DETENTION, December 2015 - March 2016]

 [Quarterly Bulletin on MONITORING IMMIGRATION DETENTION, April- June 2016]

  [Quartely Bulletin on MONITORING IMMIGRATION DETENTION, July-September 2016]

  [Final report "FORGOTTEN"]

 The project is funded by the European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)

 

www.epim.info

 

Duration: 5 months (December 2015 - April 2016)

 

  • Offering assistance to asylum seekers in order to get international protection. Priority groups: detainees and women

  • Offering assistance in family reunification cases

  • Offering material support to asylum seekers and refugees. Priority group: families 

 

The project is funded by the DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL