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Με αφορμή της Διεθνή Ημέρα Φιλίας στις 30 Ιουλίου, η οποία καθιερώθηκε το 2011 με απόφαση της Γενικής Συνέλευσης του ΟΗΕ, συζητάμε για το πως αντιλαμβανόμαστε τον «αληθινό» φίλο, τι αξία δίνουμε σε μια τέτοια ανθρώπινη σχέση και τί νόημα μπορεί να δώσει ένας τέτοιος άνθρωπος στη ζωή μας. Υπέροχη μουσική συνοδεύει την εκπομπή μας όπως πάντα! Μείνετε συντονισμένοι στο Ράδιο Πικραλίδα του Δικτύου για τα Δικαιώματα του Παιδιού, με  [ Read More ]


Αποδημητικά Πουλιά – Migratory Birds“This is our newspaper. This is our voice”.  Τα “Αποδημητικά Πουλιά” είναι η πρώτη εφημερίδα που γράφεται αποκλειστικά από έφηβους πρόσφυγες, μετανάστες και Έλληνες. Δείτε όλες τις εκδόσεις εδώ Tο δεύτερο δημσοσιεύτηκε στις 22/7/2017. Μπορείτε να το διαβάσετε κάνοντας κλικ στην ημερομηνία. “Migratory Birds” is the first newspaper written exclusively by refugee, migrant and Greek teenagers. The second edition has been published at 22/7/2017. You can  [ Read More ]

A letter to Mrs Merkel

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017

I am writing this letter hoping that the wings of the “Migratory Birds” will carry it over the closed Balkan borders and deliver it into your hands.  I’m not sure whether you will actually welcome this greeting, because I am an Afghan girl and perhaps I deserve to be deported, even though my country is in the worst possible situation. However, I would ask you to read my letter and  [ Read More ]

My struggle from Afghanistan to here…

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017

My name is Feteme and I am a 13 year old girl from Afghanistan.  My story begins in Kunduz, a city in Afghanistan.  We had a lot of problems there.  Women in my country are denied many basic rights such as the right to study or work.  Women are often abused and treated with indignity. According to our culture girls should get married at the age of 15 or 16,  [ Read More ]

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On Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th May the newspaper team of “Migratory Birds” together with Network for Children’s Rights attended the 14th Thessaloniki International Book Fair. In theory, this was a work-related trip, but for us it was also recreational. The scenery throughout the train journey was very beautiful.  The journey took six hours and as soon as we arrived, we went to the house where we would be staying  [ Read More ]

Points of Contact

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017
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The publication of the newspaper is part of the parallel action programme of the Network for Children’s Rightsentitled “Points of Contact”, which aims to bring refugees into contactwith the real Greeceand with groups of caring citizens, in order to foster social contact and understanding, and to bridge the gap between life within camps and the reality outside. The program consists of a) Strengthening the dialogue within the camp community and  [ Read More ]

Football Mini Tournament- by Mohammad Mehdi Hoseini

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017

On May 5, 2017, Network for Children’s Rights organised a mini-football tournament for teenagers residing in the refugee settlements in Schisto and Eliniko, which took place in the Sports Centre “Kiffisos Soccer Club”. There were 5 teams in the tournament in different age groups. Participating teams included:  1: Staff and youth workers of Network for Children’s Rights at Schisto 2: Teenagers from Schisto, 14-18 year-olds 3:  Staff and youth workers  [ Read More ]

Security equals luxury- by Sara Hossaini

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017

I want those who believe there is no war in Afghanistan to explain to me how my father was killed. Why were we orphaned? Why do I not have a father? If my country is safe how can people be killed every hour of the day? Why can’t children go to school and why do explosions happen daily? Why are so many other children becoming orphans? The only thing I  [ Read More ]

Radio Dandelion- by Madine Zafari

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017

When there are words you need to say that cannot be said, they turn into tears and roll down your face.  Day by day, they amass and grow heavy in your heart.  . Afghan girls have hearts full of unspoken words, or rather words that no one has ever wanted to hear. That is why adolescents from Schisto camp decided to set up an  Internet radio station called Dandelion, through  [ Read More ]

The road to Greece- by Hajar azizi

Posted by thomas hiotis on August - 3 - 2017
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I was born in Iran and I had a good life. I remember my parents didn’t like living in Iran, but we couldn’t go back to Afghanistan because our country was not safe.  On top of that, we were not welcome in Iran.  There were no opportunities for Afghans to move forward and succeed in Iran, so my family decided to return to Afghanistan.  In the beginning, it was very  [ Read More ]