Hundreds of groups and organizations worldwide sign multilingual statement demanding peace, fundamental rights and freedoms of every person on the move.
Open letter signed by 120 organisations (including Statewatch) on the situation in Greece and at the Greek-Turkish border.
A group of MEPs from the left-wing GUE/NGL group call on the European Commission and Council of the EU to respect human rights and EU and international law.
The Council backs the Greek response and calls on all EU member states to do the same.
We will hold Greece and the EU accountable for the violations of the rights of migrants and refugees fleeing Turkey
An article in Foreign Policy condemns the EU and Greek response to the arrival of migrants and refugees.
One of many statements issued by NGOs, activists and others.
Nikolaj Nielsen of EUobserver condemns the European Commission's approach to the situation at the Greece-Turkey border.
The New Humanitarian on the situation at the Greek-Turkish border.
The UNHCR calls on Greece to ensure people have the right to seek asylum.
"The inhumane measures which the Greek authorities are taking to prevent people from entering the country are an appalling betrayal of Greece’s human rights responsibilities and will put the lives of people fleeing violence at risk, Amnesty International said today."
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