Tag Archives: Moria

This is Moria…

By Erika Frydenlund and Luz Diaz  Lesbos, Greece has been in the global news stream regularly since the 2015 refugee crisis when the island was inundated with boats upon boats of people crossing the Mediterranean from Turkey to seek a better, safer life in Europe. Before the EU-Turkey Statement in March 2016, the refugees landed […]

The EU-Turkey Deal and its Nightmarish Face

By Minem Marouf Dear Friends, this is a call for help. I have been on Lesvos with #HumanityCrew leading a wonderful team of Palestinian volunteers providing psychosocial support among other assistance to refugees arriving to the island by what could only be called ‘the death trip’ from the shores of Turkey. As it is, there […]

Here at Moria Camp

By Karim Ani Dear Mom: There’s a strong wind blowing in from the south. This could make the seas choppy for inbound refugees, many of whom don’t know how to swim. In addition to illness and injury, drownings are a big problem here. I attended a burial yesterday of twelve bodies, and evidently there are […]

A cleaning day at Moria camp, Lesvos

Everyone says today is eerily quiet. “Sinister” one other volunteer says. I wouldn’t know: this is my first visit to Moria – a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos. Filled with thousands of refugees just days before, almost all of them have moved on. What’s more, the incoming boats have paused (update: I […]