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2018

  • 29/03/2018 - Summary
    - Travel documents to beneficiaries of international protection holding a long-term residence permit
    A refugee and holder of a “long-term residence-work permit” of the Hellenic Republic, filed a complaint with the Ombudsman regarding an application submitted to the Aliens Directorate of Attica of the Hellenic Police, for renewal of his travel document (TDV - Titre de voyage).
  • 27/02/2018 - Document
    - How can I become a Greek Citizen? (Simplified instructions on the acquisition of Greek citizenship)
    The instructions attached are the materialisation of an idea that has have been formulated during a work meeting between the Ombudsman and immigrant communities, in December 2017. The final outcome is a product of the cooperation between the Ombudsman and the Citizenship Directorate of the Greek Ministry of Interior. It aims at promoting integration policies for immigrants, through better understanding of the administrative procedures of the Greek state.

2017

  • 31/12/2017 - Special report
    - National Preventive Mechanism Against Torture and Ill-treatment - Annual Special Report 2017
    In 2017 the Ombudsman’s National Preventive Mechanism put in place a plan of mapping detention facilities throughout the country, setting out the conditions in all areas of deprivation of liberty falling within its sphere of competence. Systematic visits and inspections took place in orisons, police and coast guard detention facilities, detention centers for third country nationals pending deportation, inpatient hospitals, welfare institutions throughout the country.
  • 31/12/2017 - Special report
    - Special report on return of third country nationals
    In its recent 4th Special Report on Forced Returns of 3rd country nationals, the Ombudsman sees a 60% increase in the number of administrative detainees in 2017, without a corresponding increase in the number of returnees to their countries of origin. In particular, with regard to forced return and readmission procedures to Turkey, the Independent Authority notes some improvements in the use of restraints, but notes a constant shortage in timely and interpreted information for returnees as well as only partial certification of their health status. At the European level, the Ombudsman expresses its concern about the declarations of effectiveness of the return system, if it is not accompanied by guarantees of fundamental rights.
  • 31/12/2017 - Special report
    - National Mechanism For The Investigation Of Arbitrary Incidents - Report 2017-2018
    National Mechanism For The Investigation Of Arbitrary Incidents - Report 2017-2018

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