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Research on Political Inclusion (GR)

The topic of the refugees’ and migrants’ political inclusion in the host country is an essential one. It is based on the premise that all active citizens should have equal rights among them, irrespective of their status. Understanding the political system of the host country is an important and powerful element of inclusion. Under this prism we initiated a research as part of the “Refugee and Migrant Political Inclusion Project” funded by the Greek department of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.

 In this study we proposed the definition, the recording of the target groups, the recording of the existing legislation and practice, but also the bibliography on the issue of the political participation of the four target groups (migrants,  second generation , refugees/asylum seekers, stateless people). The research was materialized by PhD student Mrs Agelliki Kotzamani.

You can find our research in Greek by using the following link:

SAT: Report on Undeclared Labour

The SAT report on Undeclared Labour derived by webinars and panel discussions with community leaders and State officials. Delivered by George Stefanopoulos, Coordinator of the Self-Advocacy Team.

SAT – Report on Undeclared Labour

SAT: Activity Report 2020-2021

The Self-Advocacy Team’s report regarding past, ongoing and future activities firing the period 2020-2021. Written by George Stefanopoulos Coordinator of the Self-Advocacy Team.


Forced Displacement: A European History (Vol. 1)

The “So Close” Horizon project’s publication’s series Vol. 1, on Forced displacements: a European History. By Javier Rodrigo and Miguel Alonso


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