A Message From Oinofyta Camp

The Crisis Isn't Over
Jan 3 · 4 min read
young children at the camp’s entrance — there are over 200 children living in Oinofyta
children play in one of the cleanest corners of Oinofyta. There are no organised activities for anyone in the camp.
the filthy communal cooking facilities (right) mean that people must be imaginative if they are to eat and not get sick (left)
a selection of the toilet facilities in Oinofyta camp
the outdoor spaces at Oinofyta
The Crisis Isn't Over

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EU funding is drying up and returns are resuming under the Dublin 3 Regulation. Greece is not ‘safe’ and the ‘refugee crisis’ is not over. Reports from Athens.

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