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by Jenny Tsiropoulou • translated by The Language Project • photo by Nadir Noori
March 21, 2019
Despite objections, some people believe they have the right to get paid for having sex. Sex workers share their stories.
by Tassos Yanopoulos • translated by Gigi Papoulias • photo by Nadir Noori
March 18, 2019
The story of an employer’s unaccountability towards an immigrant delivery man, the race against time for 3 euro per hour and trade union interventions to combat extreme exploitation
In the last few years, the waves of refugees fleeing their countries and arriving in Greece from various cultures, raised the need for a mutual understanding.
This is not a feminist project is an online multimedia platform that attempts to link the historical past of the Women’s Movement in Greece with a variety of contemporary female stories through a living, digital timeline.
The word “patriarchy” refers to the term “family” by breaking down the words patri, “father” and archi, “authority” which means that personal authority, together with all the rights to exercise control within the family are concentrated in and embodied by the father, or in a broader sense, the male sex.
On December 6th 2008, on a Saturday night, Alexis Grigoropoulos was killed in Exarcheia by Epameinondas Korkoneas, a Special Guard of the Hellenic Police. Alexis Grigoropoulos was murdered at 15 years of age.
December 2nd is the “International Day for the Abolition of Slavery”, and on this occasion this article aims at informing and raising awareness about one of the many forms this phenomenon can take, i.e. “forced labour”.
We met Elisavet on Friday at noon, in downtown Athens at the vegan mini market/café that she’s owned with her partner Fotis since 2012.