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2020

  • 25/08/2020 - Special report
    - Special Report: Protection of Vulnerable Children
    The Ombudsman reiterates the issue of protecting the rights of children who are temporarily or permanently deprived of their family environment, by publishing up-to-date information, findings and data. It highlights problems related to the operating model followed, distortions in the institutional framework, heterogeneity of practices, deficits in the envisaged structures, public authorities and services, which lead to unacceptable shrinkage in the safeguarding of the rights of children placed in institutional care structures. It lists the necessary interventions, reforms and policies that will allow for the abandonment of the institutional care model and the transition to the model of family support and alternative care in the community.
    From: The Greek Ombudsman

2019

  • 31/12/2019 - Special report
    - National Mechanism For The Investigation Of Arbitrary Incidents - Report 2019
    The Ombudsman’s Special Report 2019 analyzes the shortcomings of disciplinary investigations concerning arbitrary incidents in the security forces. Taking into account that allegations of infringement of physical integrity or health during arrest, detention and all kinds of police operations, account for more than half of the complaints examined, the Independent Authority stresses that impartial and thorough disciplinary investigation is an elementary, non-negotiable requirement for the rule of law.
    From: The Greek Ombudsman
  • 31/12/2019 - Special report
    - Equal Treatment - Special Report 2019
    In 2019, the Greek Ombudsman recorded an increase of 31% -in comparison to 2018- in citizens' reports on issues of equal treatment by public bodies and individuals. This has been the largest increase since 2016 - when the Independent Authority was entrusted with the relevant responsibility.
    From: The Greek Ombudsman
  • 31/12/2019 - Special report
    - Special Report 2019 on Returns of Third Country Nationals
    The decrease in forced returns and the increase in administrative detention in the year 2019 was highlighted by the Greek Ombudsman in his special report on returns of third country nationals. The Greek Ombudsman, in the capacity of the National Mechanism for monitoring forced returns on the basis of EU law, confirms a trend of disproportionate increase in administrative detention in the recent years and expects a further increase due to the legislative amendments in 2019. Also, in 2019 the dysfunctions in asylum procedures continue to have a negative effect on the legal safety in relation to returns. The reduced number of returnees, the increase in administrative detention, the shortcomings in health and interpretation services, poor living conditions but also a certain improvement in organising returns, are some of the key findings in the monitoring conducted by the independent authority. The report focuses on the European developments for the enhanced role of FRONTEX in border protection and refers to the Greek Ombudsman’s initiative for networking with independent authorities in other member-states and the Council of Europe, aiming at achieving safeguards of independence in monitoring and enhancing transparency in the EU system of returns of third country nationals to their countries of origin.
    From: The Greek Ombudsman
  • 11/07/2019 - Special report
    - Annual Report 2018 - Rights of Children on the Move
    Annual Report 2018 - Rights of Children on the Move
    From: The Greek Ombudsman

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