Integrated Interventions

17
July
2015

REACT: RECORDING - INTERVENTION - DEALING WITH DISCRIMINATION - HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION

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 This project aims to inform, support, record and address the phenomenon of discrimination in vulnerable social groups regardless of their particular characteristics. This will be achieved through the operation of three Offices of Information and Support for issues of discrimination and racist behavior in Athens, Thessaloniki and Patras. Also, a Hot Line will operate providing Information and Support for individuals that have faced discrimination. Some of the areas that we will focus will relate inter alia to issues of discrimination in health, work, public administration, and in extreme forms of racial discrimination and violent behaviors. The project is designed in such a way so that the proposed actions to address and protect human rights of any minority who experience discrimination at any aspect.

27
June
2016

UNACCOMPANIED ASYLUM-SEEKERS IN AGHIOS ANDREAS

At the end of March 2008, 123 people were transferred from Leros and Rhodes to the premises of the 5th Camp of Aghios Andreas. The people, who were in majority from Afghanistan, had in the most part declared that they were minors in the various local authorities.

24
October
2013

Legal Offices and Administrative Support for Third Country Citizents

Legal Offices and Administrative Support for Third Country Citizents

The main objective was to provide legal assistance to legally resident third country nationals who have already developed strong biotic, family and social ties in Greece.

27
July
2016

CREATION OF JOBS AT A LOCAL LEVEL THROUGH PROGRAMS OF PUBLIC BENEFIT IN THE ATTICA REGION

PRAKSIS implemented the program "Creation of jobs at a local level through programs of public benefit in the Attica region", in order to combine the urgent need of creating occupation opportunities for the unemployed and the provision of social services, the demand for which increases together with the numbers of people belonging to vulnerable social groups.

06
July
2016

EMERGENCY INTERVENTIONS SUPPORTING VULNERABLE PEOPLE WHO NEED INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION AT POINTS OF ENTRY, AS WELL AS IN REGIONS WITH LARGE CONCENTRATIONS OF TARGET GROUPS

PRAKSIS, in collaboration with Médecins du Monde-Greece and NGO Med In, implemented the program titled “Supporting Vulnerable People who need international protection at Points of Entry, as well as in regions with large concentrations of Target Groups” from February to April 2013. The program is consistent with the aims and priorities of the European Refugee Fund in the framework of the Emergency Measures 2012 of the European Refugee Fund as well as the National Priorities concerning the conditions for receiving immigrants. Emphasis is placed on providing primary medical care and psychosocial and legal support to foreigners who may need international protection.

16
June
2016

THE DAY AFTER

After the catastrophic wildfires of summer 2007, PRAKSIS implements the program "The Day After" with the aim of restoring both the environment and the human capital of the Ilia and Euboea districts. Through the program, PRAKSIS provided local residents with psychological and medical support, support for children suffering from post-traumatic stress, as well as reforestation of burned areas.

13
June
2016

MY CITY ON WHEELS

"My City on Wheels" provided city residents and visitors the opportunity to tour the cultural, historical and natural attractions of 13 cities throughout Greece, through group excursions on bikes following predetermined routes.

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28
August
2014

NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

​Reports from harm reduction services across the EU, the EU Early Warning System, EMCDDA data and different surveys suggest that use of New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) is no longer limited to "drug experimenters" or recreational drug users, but moving into populations of problem drug users as well.
Public health, treatment and harm reduction services across Europe are unprepared for the rapidly expanding use of NPS and lack capacity and tools for addressing the rising use of these substances among marginalized, often young, drug consumers, nor for addressing the risks and potential harms associated with these substances.

Our principles

  • Free of charge provision of Social Services and Primary Health Care in the areas of therapy and prevention
  • Promotion of solidarity and volunteerism
  • Testimony and per case denunciation of the condition of social groups in danger

Transparency

Respecting the principles of accountability and transparency, we publish the last biennial report our actions.

Αnnual report

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  • Τ 210 520 5200, F 210 520 5201
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