Today, thousands of individuals having been granted with international protection in Greece will remain in the country while the issue of their long-term inclusion raises many concerns.
Considering the economic crisis that has harshly affected the Greek society, the shortfall of inclusion programs as well as the numerous legal and practical obstacles and poor living conditions refugees are facing, it is of paramount importance that a multiplicity of stakeholders join their efforts to provide lasting solutions supporting the refugee and migrant inclusion.
The Greek Forum of Refugees Self-Advocacy Team on Social and Political Inclusion was formed early in 2019 in order to address and tackle these obstacles and provide solutions for the successful and holistic social inclusion of refugees and migrants.

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by George Stefanopoulos: Coordinator of the GFRs Self-Advocacy Team The Greek Forum of Refugees’ Self-Advocacy Team (SAT) was created in March 2019  in advance of the local-national-EU election period (May-July 2019),

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