Terre des Hommes Hellas, Save the Children and the Greek Council for Refugees (GCR) reviewed official statistics and data to measure the Greek government’s performance in comparison to the previous school year.
The report analyses six key indicators – a) enrolment, b) attendance, c) access to inclusive education, d) transportation to schools, e) adequate staffing and timely scheduling, and f) action to end community hostility and xenophobia – that had previously been identified as key barriers. For each of these, the government has been assigned a grade ranging from fully meeting its obligations (A) to deterioration of the situation from last year (Fail).
The three organisations include this initiative in the context of their more comprehensive action as the Advocacy Network for the Rights of the Child which consists of more than twenty civil society organizations. Together, they monitor the issues concerning children on the move and intervene at the national and European levels with the aim of all children enjoying their rights, as defined in the International Convention.
Read the full report here.
Read the press release here.
© Greek Council for Refugees (GCR), Save the Children International (SCI) and Terre des Hommes Hellas (Tdh), July 2022.