Athens Refugee Squat is creating a better future through maintenance and renovation
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Asylum seekers have the right to housing and yet many who come to Athens find the only options available are the streets or one of Athens’ squats. Each squat houses hundreds of refugees who organise the spaces themselves providing accommodation, food, and water, due to the neglect of the state and major international organisations.

Additionally the residents must keep on top of maintenance in order to prevent eviction, such maintenance currently relies on sporadic donations. With your monthly support, we can provide a more stable income, allowing those who live in the squats and volunteers to plan more effectively ensuring the future of their home. Whilst also providing the opportunity to produce a healthier, happier environment. 






































































































































































































































































































Asylum seekers have the right to housing and yet many who come to Athens find the only options available are the streets or one of Athens’ squats. Each squat houses hundreds of refugees who organise the spaces themselves providing accommodation, food, and water, due to the neglect of the state and major international organisations.

Additionally the residents must keep on top of maintenance in order to prevent eviction, such maintenance currently relies on sporadic donations. With your monthly support, we can provide a more stable income, allowing those who live in the squats and volunteers to plan more effectively ensuring the future of their home. Whilst also providing the opportunity to produce a healthier, happier environment. 






































































































































































































































































































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