A freely-available resource made by teachers for teachers. Explore what it means to leave your country, map out the journey taken by many from Syria to Greece and facilitate a classroom discussion with your students. Suitable for: 11 – 18 year olds Subject: Form-Time / Geography / English / Politics / R.E. / P.S.H.E Resources: Powerpoint available here | Abdullah’s Letter available on Chios Voices here #Education #lessons #migration #refugees
Written and Recorded by Baktash A poem written by a student from Afghanistan, residing on Chios in Vial Refugee Camp.
The poem is recorded by Baktash and by his cousins. It discusses the pain and difficulty of leaving one’s own country. Afghanistan is not a safe place for our people anymore. Challenged with danger and threats, but what for? Some groups continue to deteriorate the security of our land Killing the people, enacting genocide for no reason I can understand. Talki
An interview conducted in the AFE Youth Centre, featuring ‘Manju’ (pseudonym). In this conversation, Manju discusses the conditions of Vial Refugee Camp, on the Aegean island of Chios. He details the living situation, the quality of food, documents cases of police brutality and outlines the asylum procedures. #Jugi #RefugeeCamp #vial #Greece #YouthCentre #English #refugees #Interview #Chios #refugeesgr