Published on 24 Nov 2017

Inside a Greek migrant camp

Correspondent

Twenty human rights groups have urged the Greek government to end overcrowding and unsafe conditions for thousands of migrants living in freezing conditions on islands between Greece and Turkey. In the last three months, there’s been an increase in the numbers heading for Europe. But despite this, the Greek government has been shutting down migrant camps on the mainland. We were inside one camp north of Athens as its doors closed, a place housing a largely overlooked group, asylum seekers from Afghanistan.