Thursday, February 28
S1 EP7: New religion, new character, new ME
Elias is a 21-year-old boy from Afghanistan, who grabs any opportunity to educate, to improve and to discipline himself in his new country, Greece.
Thursday, February 21
S1 EP6: A tool for the future
Mr. Kostas Kalemis is the Refugee Education Coordinator in the camp of Malakasa, a small town 30 kilometers north of Athens. He explains why education is the most powerful tool to realize sustainable development and how it can eliminate hate speech towards refugees.
Thursday, February 14
S1 EP5: Like a land with soil
Meet Morteza, an 18-year-old refugee from Afghanistan. From Izmir he travelled to Samos island, to finally reach the Greek mainland. On this episode he tells Sotiris about his life in Schisto refugee camp.
Thursday, February 7
S1 EP4: Hate speech and racism are extremely boring
Tassos Morfis is a talented Greek journalist and one of the founders of AthensLive, a non-profit newsroom based in Athens. He analyzes the media involvement in the latest refugee crisis in Greece and the public debate around it.
Tuesday, January 29
S1 EP3: It's always about propaganda
Nikos Paleologos, photo reporter with SOOC agency, explains how the media has been covering the big refugee influx and the way hate speech re-entered the mainstream of Greek society.
Thursday, January 24
S1 EP2: For better and for worse
Mo tells Sotiris about his trip from Turkey to Lesvos to Athens, applying for asylum in Greece, and how his life has changed since he left Syria.
Thursday, January 17
S1 EP1: "It's not an algorithm where you enter your data and receive an application."
Director of the Asylum Service in Greece, Dr. Markos Karavias, explains the procedure of becoming recognised as a refugee and why it takes so long.
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