Greece: Iraqi migrant’s protest at detention conditions set for human rights judgement

The case concerns the Iraqi’s allegations of poor conditions of detention at the Tychero border post and the proceedings in which he challenged the lawfulness of his detention.

Greece: Anti-torture unit issues warnings over prison conditions and excessive police force

Today’s Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) report, also expresses concern at persistent over-crowding in the country’s jails, inadequate healthcare, inter prisoner violence and unsatisfactory care for juvenile prisoners.

United Kingdom: Greek citizens’ group hopes for human rights court action over ‘Elgin’ Parthenon Marbles

Human rights court judges are set to examine a complaint “against the United Kingdom over the removal of the Parthenon Marbles by Lord Elgin in the 19th century.”

Greece: Court awards €15,000 to sex-trafficking victim after human rights complaint

The case concerned a complaint by a Nigerian national who was forced into prostitution in Greece.

In conversation: ‘The power of love’ – Why Greek activists help refugees

In this podcast, three Greek activists from the Raoul Wallenberg prize-winning Agkalia association discuss the reasons why they feel compelled to help the refugees and migrants who come to their island of Lesvos.