Programs – Previous

  • The project “Bringing families together 2018″- Legal Info/ counselling for family reunification of PWSN” implemented by KSPM-ERP under UNHCR funding sought to support a minimum of 1.100 Persons of Concern with Specific Needs (PCWSN) for a total period of 6 months within 2018, in Greece, prioritizing UASC and single-headed families, in order to be reunited with their families residing in another European state within the context of the Dublin III Regulation and/or other family reunification procedures, as applicable in the EU context.
  • The project “Bringing families together”- Legal Info/ counselling for family reunification of PWSN” implemented by KSPM-ERP under UNHCR funding, sought to support a minimum of 2.200 Persons of Concern with Specific Needs (PCWSN) for a total period of 12 months within 2017, in Greece, prioritizing UASC and single-headed families, in order to be reunited with their families residing in another European state within the context of the Dublin III Regulation and/or other family reunification procedures, as applicable in the EU context.
  • The project “Bringing families together”- Legal Info/ counselling for family reunification of PWSN” implemented by KSPM-ERP under UNHCR funding, sought to support a minimum of 1000 Persons of Concern with Specific Needs (PCWSN) for a total period of 12 months within 2016, in Greece, including UASC and single-headed families, in order to be reunited with their families residing in another European state within the context of the Dublin III Regulation and/or other family reunification procedures, as applicable in the EU context.
  • «Greece, legal aid-new arrivals» project, funded by CCME and the Evangelical Church of Rhineland, was implemented in order to cover compelling needs of newly arrived asylum seekers and persons in need of international protection by offering legal information sessions, legal advice and legal representation for a duration of three months (January-March 2016). The project aimed to legally assist at least 80 individuals in relation to the asylum and/or relocation procedures; to engage in advocacy to improve RSD and protection policies; to strengthen access to asylum and relocation procedures as well as to collect data on arrival trends and mixed migration flows at the border areas and within the mainland in order to establish referral mechanisms for support.