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Hē protasē tou orthou Nai

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        LC Classifications2009
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        Paginationxvi, 54 p. :
        Number of Pages80
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Moreover, the last census took place in 2011, well before the refugee and migrant crisis that peaked in 2015 and continues to date, while the inflows fluctuate in terms of their volume and demographic composition. However, both the ICMW-ERP and Apostoli will have to be reinforced with additional staff and funding so as to reduce the backlog.Crossing the Aegean: An Appraisal of the 1923 Compulsory Population Exchange Between Greece and Turkey [Studies in Forced Migration Vol.

The Jewish community of Thessaloniki, for instance, which numbered approximately 56,000 in 1939, was almost completely obliterated along with its social and cultural life, with only 500 surviving, primarily due to their Spanish citizenship.

Religion and Forced Displacement in Greece

Hence, the qualitative division of labour should best be maintained. Notably, Apostoli collaborates with the UNHCR within the framework of the ESTIA accommodation scheme and mostly focuses on unaccompanied minors and the vulnerable.

Ruby Gropas and Anna Triandafyllidou, Migration in Greece at a Glance, Athens: ELIAMEP — Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, October 2005, p. Before the Nazi occupation, the Greek-Jewish population amounted to approximately 80,000 people; during the Nazi occupation, between 60,000 and 65,000 Greek Jews were deported to Auschwitz, with only 2,500 surviving the ordeal.

Eleni Tseligka is a Teaching Associate in Politics and International Relations at Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom. In 1989, 20 per cent of the Albanian population was between the ages of 15 and 24 and the increased unemployment and economic instability of the state made emigration to the West very attractive for many young Albanians. Up until the fall of the Iron Curtain, Greece was predominantly a country of emigration, particularly since the late 19 th century, and then during the interwar period, followed by a peak in emigration in the post-WWII era, which lasted until the mid-1970s.

Religion and Forced Displacement in Greece

According to the League of Nations the number of refugees who entered Greece at the time was much higher, probably 1,4 million, but between 1922 and 1928 75,000 died due to extreme poverty and a further 66,000 managed to emigrate to Egypt, parts of Western Europe and the United States. The aftermath of the defeat of Greek forces in Asia Minor caused an unprecedented refugee flight from Turkey.

Yet, a rise in numbers was observed in 2018 with 50,508 arrivals, followed by 71,368 by December 15 th 2019. Moreover, all institutions involved must be sure to provide relief while improving their efficiency, which requires the solidarity of the European Union EU and its Member States.

Approximately 160,000 Pontic Greeks entered the country between 1990 and 1993. Veremis, Greece: The Modern Sequel. In summary, its services range from legal assistance, translation, social support, family reunification to international collaborative initiatives, including inter-ecclesiastical programmes. This distinction is essential as irregular migration burdens the overwhelmed system and its structures at the expense of those genuinely in need, or eligible to apply for asylum.

Therefore, Greece, as an EU Member State, must help counter populism in Europe by disproving arguments about an open-door policy, and show itself to be in control, by containing en masse irregular migrant movement and thereby its political utilisation and mediatisation.

Oles oi alles liseis den exoume kanena chance na ginoune. All websites accessed on 2 December 2019. Initially its main purposes related to dealing with social problems pertaining to poverty, but its resources and foci were diverted in order to deal with the mounting issues of migrants. There is a range of similar examples that Hē protasē tou orthou Nai the role of the OCG in dealing with the refugee and migrant crisis, which is indicative but not exhaustive of its role and initiatives.