Problems in Greece are far from over. But amid the turmoil and division, a group of young artists have built a dynamic scene from the embers of crisis.
We were ready to share our new issue back in March. Then the world fell off a cliff.
This year, the grassroots ‘festival without borders’ came to Athens – uniting locals, refugees, and citizens from all over the world.
After a shocking death, Greek activists are on a mission to overcome fear and homophobia – and their voices are only growing louder.
The opening of Athens’ first community centre for LGBTQI+ refugees provides a much-needed safe space for people marginalised and persecuted.
Riding from London to Athens each year, Thighs of Steel has become Europe’s longest charity cycle ride, and is funding some of the continent’s best grassroots refugee projects.
In an abandoned school in the heart of the city, hundreds of families are surviving without official support, funding or paperwork.
We head to Mati, where hundreds of humanitarian volunteers have joined relief efforts after Greece’s most deadly wildfires in a decade.
In the midst of Greece’s economic struggles, a relentless passion for underground music is propelling forward the sounds of the country’s capital.
Photojournalist Fahrinisa Campana heads to Athens to meet the LGBT+ refugees who are trying to make ends meet in a deeply conservative Greek society.
The Yellow Projects are a north London network of activists who are pushing for ‘positive change’ using films, festivals and fundraising events.
Forgotten in an isolated Greek camp, young refugees have produced the Ritsona Kingdom Journal to remind the world they exist.