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NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 2 days ago

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 2 days ago

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 2 days ago

NAOMI clo­se to peop­le in urgent need during the pan­de­my 2020, quick­ly and unbeaucraticly.
Bes­i­des medi­cal care and shel­ter pro­grams, also a Vou­cher pro­gram was ope­ra­ted by the NAOMI staff and vol­un­te­ers for homeless fami­lies and peop­le without any sup­port from the offi­cial Greek and Euro­pean aut­ho­ri­ties. Peop­le who are expel­led from home and camp struc­tures and from work oppor­tu­nities, peop­le with disa­bi­li­ties and Covid19 infected.

Thanks to our donors and pri­va­te peop­le, who enab­led NAOMI to sup­port and empower and coun­sel peop­le to find reli­ef and digni­ty. Every amount is spent to the bene­fi­cia­ries direct­ly. See the report down…

NAOMI Bank: PIRAEUS BANK
Kon­to: IBAN GR110 172 2330 0052 3308 2818 025
BIC: PIRBGRAA Ermer­gen­cy Aid

NAOMI bei der Evan­ge­li­schen Bank
IBAN: DE 80520604100005001340
BIC: GENODEF1EK1 Notfallhilfen

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 3 days ago

It is not easy to wish a Mer­ry Christ­mas this cold and dark year, ins­tead our cry should go out into the round:
FAIR JOBS FOR ALL
MORE JUSTICE AND RIGHTS FOR ALL 
More and more peop­le are depri­ved of the human rights of shel­ter, medi­ci­ne and food and edu­ca­ti­on, more peop­le are depri­ved of fair legal pro­ce­du­res, peop­le are pushed back illegaly.
Lets stay in solidarity!

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 1 week ago

from Ber­lin a christ­mas letter: 
Ich sin­ge in der Kun­ger­KiezIn­itia­ti­ve im Chor 
DIE WELTBERLINER 
auch mit Geflüch­te­ten Lie­der aus aller Welt. 
Wir machen ein­mal im Jahr ein Kiez Kon­zert und sam­meln Spen­den. Die letz­ten Jah­re für Respekt für Grie­chen­land und 2020 für NAOMI. Unser Kon­zert ist dies­mal nur zum Mit­neh­men auf einem USB-Stick.……l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fkungerkiez.de%2Fgalerie-kungerkiez.html%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3nrsVCcYWsCYWZCgZwN4QlJSag1SbsUaDf3OnbluSMGER5mNdiRfngq7c&h=AT3Oii1U_l0tVuqLgME-BdRnUXRfOK-AGDlSHB7_J8IzCX2PK5vGeoe-3pB99WSYI4XXXoqGN92W1cXd79ewtNwm5MwFv5b8sMiH0x6kroC_qqOi8qO6woZGeyn9spK3TmCLA2H8Jpci3McDG0f3 Karl-Kun­ger-Stra­ße 15
Ich mel­de mich dann mit dem Geld … Herz­li­che Grü­ße aus Berlin
Die Weltberliner

I sing in the choir in the Kun­ger­Kiez initiative
THE WORLD BERLINER
songs from all over the world with refugees.
Once a year we do a Kiez con­cert and collect dona­ti­ons. The last few years for respect for Greece and 2020 for NAOMI. This time our con­cert is only to take away on a USB stick .……
I’ll get in touch with you for the money … Gree­tings from Berlin
The World Berliners
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NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki updated their status. 

1 mon­th 1 week ago

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki updated their status. 

1 mon­th 1 week ago

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki is at White Tower of Thessaloniki. 

1 mon­th 1 week ago

We can­not allow the truth about con­di­ti­ons in Greek camps to be hidden. 

New rules in Greece mean that anyo­ne working insi­de refu­gee camps will now be bound by a con­fi­den­tia­li­ty clau­se which could be used to ban them from sharing anything they see or hear. 

This cen­sor­s­hip will make it har­der than ever to show the ter­ri­ble con­di­ti­ons peop­le face. 

This comes just after Human Rights Watch released a report sug­ges­ting that the new camp on Les­vos could be con­ta­mi­na­ted with dan­ge­rous levels of lead, from its use a mili­ta­ry firing ran­ge. Just days after The Times repor­ted that unex­plo­ded mor­tar bombs and bul­lets had been found on the site. 

New rules like this will make it even more dif­fi­cult to speak truth to power. NGOs and civil socie­ty groups must have the free­dom to speak out. Now more than ever, we ask for your help in sharing our updates about con­di­ti­ons in Greece — it is vital we are able to hold aut­ho­ri­ties to account.

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 1 week ago

It can­not get worse: Today it stor­med, it rai­ned for hours as the 40 mph wind pul­led down curtains and for­tu­ne shel­ters. At 16:00 the time gave a short break and the sce­ne was dra­ma­tic. A six­teen-year-old girl, alo­ne with her mother, had her tent des­troy­ed, blan­kets and slee­ping bags soa­ked, as well as her clothes. In ano­t­her tent a‑ye­ar-old woman was sick from the cold. The kids around were dres­sed in wet rags. Someo­ne was try­ing to light a fire. Ever­yo­ne was cold, tired, demo­ra­li­zed. The same peop­le, the same friends with whom only a few days ago we were still smi­ling and chat­ting, today they were dark shadows, eyes pla­gue from the strugg­le of sur­vi­ving. You know when you’­re cold to the bone but you know that you’ll be home soon and you can warm up? Well, that’s what I was thin­king while I was the­re. They won’t get any­whe­re war­ming up.
Today it was stor­my, it rai­ned for hours while the 40 km / h wind pul­led down tents and makes­hift shel­ters. At 4pm the wea­ther gave a brief respi­te and the sce­ne was dra­ma­tic. A six­teen-year-old girl, alo­ne with her mother, had her tent des­troy­ed, blan­kets and slee­ping bags soa­ked, as well as their clothes. In ano­t­her tent a woman of bare­ly twen­ty years old was lay­ing sick from the cold. The child­ren around were dres­sed in damp rags. Someo­ne was try­ing to light a fire. Ever­yo­ne was cold, tired, demo­ra­li­zed. The same peop­le, the same friends with whom only a few days ago we still smi­led and chat­ted, today were dark shadows, eyes brui­sed by the effort of sur­vi­ving. You know when you are cold to the bone but you know that soon you will arri­ve home and you can warm up? See, I was thin­king about this while I was the­re. They won’t get any­whe­re to warm up.

NAOMI Workshop Thessaloniki

1 mon­th 1 week ago

The safe space was reno­va­ted and equip­ped with a hea­ting sys­tem, NAOMI con­ti­nues next year to sup­port this friend­ly place for women and child­ren. Thanks to many donors and friends, thanks to a gre­at sup­por­ting net­work and vol­un­te­ers. NAOMI in part­ners­hip with QRT Quick Respon­se Team.