“The Greek Forum of Refugees is a non-profit association consisting of refugee and migrant communities, individuals and professionals working all together to support and empower asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and stateless persons.”
We are a group of UK and EU asylum lawyers and activists acting in solidarity with refugees.
We provide free legal support to those seeking sanctuary or reunification with their family members in the UK or elsewhere in Europe.
Refugee 4 Refugees aims to promote the establishment of a participative global aid ecosystem, whereby refugees and asylum seekers can feel empowered through their active involvement in humanitarian and development interventions.
Founded by Omar Alshakal in 2017, our teams are active in Romania and in three locations across Greece providing emergency relief 24/7 all year round
If you’re looking for information on topics like asylum procedures, work permissions, registering children for school, or finding a doctor, you’re in the right place. Our project aims to help refugees in Greece access services and exercise their rights. Our site has content in English, Arabic, Urdu, French, Farsi and very soon in Ukrainian and you can get in touch with us in any of those languages.
Food and clothing
Khora is an Association based in Athens, Greece. We run a community centre throughout three buildings in Kypseli and Exarcheia, and provide services to anyone that needs them. We value solidarity, autonomy, community, and the right of everyone to access the basic means to live in our city.
Khora started in 2016 as a diverse group of people who came together in Athens to offer solidarity and support with the community. We are housed and unhoused, documented and undocumented, local and international – working together to feed the people of our city. The Khora kitchen is many things: a cafe, a support group, a protest group, the home of the best dhal in Athens; a community. We work, laugh, and cry each day at this space, helping and motivating each other, sharing dishes and learning childhood recipes from around the world.
News and politics
InfoMigrants is a news and information site for migrants to counter misinformation at every point of their journey: in their country of origin, along the route, or in the places where they hope to start a new life. InfoMigrants is available in five languages: French, Arabic, English, Dari and Pashto.