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Athens, Greece; Housing Squat for Refugees

category greece / turkey / cyprus | migration / racism | news report author Freitag Oktober 02, 2015 19:46author by Dimitri (republishing) - MACG (personal capacity)author email ngnm55 at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

Notara 26, Exarchia To the Guest Refugees and Migrants

This squat serves as a temporary housing space hosting refugees and migrants regardless of race, origin, religion, gender and sexuality.
As it is a self-organized housing space, its right operation is based on the participation of its guests: in other words ‘you’. Everyone of you depending on your abilities, could and should participate in the management and maintenance of this space.
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Athens, Greece; Housing Squat for Refugees, Notara 26, Exarchia To the Guest Refugees and Migrants

As comrades in solidarity (Greeks and non-Greeks), we understand the immigration and refugee crisis, empathize with the difficulties and hardships that you have gone through until you arrived here and we seriously value your needs. We criticize and resist against the inhumane and unjust anti-immigration policies - practices of both Greece and the EU.

For that matter, we have taken the initiative to occupy this public building on Notara 26 and create an open, self- organized and supportive housing facility with no interest neither to replace state responsibilities nor emerge as "goodwill" philanthropists. Instead, our aim is to show the indifference and hypocrisy of both the Greek and European authorities by standing by your side and actively expressing our solidarity through the operation of this housing squat, even if places are still limited.

This squat serves as a temporary housing space hosting refugees and migrants regardless of race, origin, religion, gender and sexuality.
As it is a self-organized housing space, its right operation is based on the participation of its guests: in other words ‘you’. Everyone of you depending on your abilities, could and should participate in the management and maintenance of this space.

We welcome you in this space that belongs both to you as refugees and to us as your comrades in solidarity. This place has neither ties with NGOs nor funding by the Greek state and the EU. Instead, it is built upon the contribution and participation of all of us. Even with our very few resources, we aim to to cover as much as we can all your immediate needs. In solidarity with each other and all together by collectively deciding and acting, we will try to turn this space into a different housing experience from all others you have lived in so far in your journey as refugees: we will make this space more welcoming, more open and safer for you all.

- The coexistence with others and respect for diversity is the norm of solidarity.

- Cleanliness is the individual responsibility of each and everyone.

SOLIDARITY IS THE WEAPON OF THE PEOPLE

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