29.10.2007

Refou­le­ment at sea, sys­te­ma­tic mal­tre­at­ment and inhu­ma­ne detenti­on con­di­ti­ons – Rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ves of PRO ASYL and the Greek Group of Lawy­ers for the Rights of Refu­gees and Migrants exami­ned on two fact-fin­ding mis­si­ons in July/August and in Octo­ber 2007 the situa­ti­on of refu­gees at the EU exter­nal bor­der in the Aege­an. The fin­dings reveal serious human rights vio­la­ti­ons. On

Refou­le­ment at sea, sys­te­ma­tic mal­tre­at­ment and inhu­ma­ne detenti­on con­di­ti­ons – Rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ves of PRO ASYL and the Greek Group of Lawy­ers for the Rights of Refu­gees and Migrants exami­ned on two fact-fin­ding mis­si­ons in July/August and in Octo­ber 2007 the situa­ti­on of refu­gees at the EU exter­nal bor­der in the Aege­an. The fin­dings reveal serious human rights vio­la­ti­ons.

On Mon­day 29 Octo­ber 2007 PRO ASYL and the Greek Group of Lawy­ers for the Rights of Refu­gees and Migrants issued an exten­si­ve docu­men­ta­ti­on under the hea­ding „The truth may be bit­ter, but it must be told“ in Athens, Frank­furt and Brussels.

[Press release]

[Docu­men­ta­ti­on „The truth…“; Down­load: ~1MB] 

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