COMMUNICATION AND PUBLICITY: THE LAST HOPE FOR ADDRESSING INTERNAL VIOLENCE AGAINST REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT WOMEN'S STAYING IN CAMPS

Panagiotis J. Stamatis, Evangelia G. Raptou

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With no doubt, all refugees and immigrants staying in camps are suffering for many reasons. Every individual who lives in camps under poverty and stressful situation everywhere on earth is suffering. This is something that happens in Greek camps as well. Among individuals who stay at camps women experience the greatest danger. They are at great risk as they may be victims of rapes, as they stay for hours alone at containers looking after the "housekeeping" and children nurturing, as they live in fear and danger for many reasons. Within this framework, communication and publicity of hazard situation that exists in the camps is considered the last hope for addressing internal violence against refugee and immigrant women’s staying there. Communication and publicity of the particular problem may wake up those who are responsible for this situation and the defense of human rights. They have to do all necessary for the sooner and best resolution of this mess.

 

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