Tijeras Solidarias, run by Saúl Sancho from Badalona, is an NGO that started off in refugee camps in Greece, offering haircuts, treatments and combing to refugees in the camps.
He is a lawyer who practiced in Barcelona until he moved to Greece to work as a journalist and he has now specialized in the far-right movements.
By raising awareness among staff and providing tools to unit directors and HR staff to detect, prevent and deal with cases, the project seeks to boost the culture of zero tolerance with sexual harassment.
These people lack access to safe sanitation and find it much more difficult to practice protection measures like the simple task of cleaning their hands frequently.
It is time to do what it takes, to be relentless in protecting the elderly, the vulnerable, those without a home to stay in, undocumented migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
Harsh weather conditions make it unsustainable for hundreds of asylum seekers living in camps.
The publication aims at contributing to integrate newcomers into society.
Three members of Agrupament Escolta i Guia Mare de Déu de Núria, a Catalan Scout Group, tell us about their one-week trip to Lesvos to get firsthand knowedge on the tragedy of refugees.