Nonviolence Incorporation Expresses Worries over Severe Conditions of Asylum Seekers

Nonviolence Incorporation has issued a statement to express its deepest concerns over the severe conditions of the asylum seekers in Greece. A part of this statement reads as follows:

Nonviolence Incorporation has obtained information and reports regarding the harsh conditions of the asylum seekers in the Greek islands. Therefore, we call on the international community, especially the European Union, to prevent the escalating harsh conditions that have plagued the asylum seekers in Greece and coordinate their behaviors with the international laws and regulations immigration. According to reports, the lives of more than 22,000 refugees, mostly women and children, who have been stranded in the Greek islands for many years are extremely in danger and recently, there was a big fire in one of the camps where the refugees are housed. The organization believes that international human rights organizations must provide a speedy solution to end this crisis and honor the humanitarian standards passed by the international community. Nonviolence Incorporation warns of the ongoing crisis in these camps, which could have serious consequences for the camp’s residents. It should be noted that the life condition of these refugees is really challenging, therefore, there is urgent need to implement all laws and regulations that are put in place to guarantee the rights and safety of refugees.