PIKPA Mytilene began in 2012. It as an open space accommodating refugees and supports vulnerable groups of refugees and locals. It is also a venue for a creative meeting of people from all over the world. Furthermore, PIKPA operates as a support and reception structure in case of emergency.

Refugees, Greek islanders and activists today called on European leaders to heed their plight in a flash mob on a beach on the island of Lesvos symbolising the spirit of “refugees welcome”, organized by Amnesty International and Lesvos Solidarity.

LESVOS SOLIDARITY

An appointment is necessary before visiting us at Lesvos Solidarity - Pikpa camp. We cannot accommodate spontaneous visits. Please email info@lesvossolidarity.org. Visiting hours are 10.00 – 16.00, weekdays only.

 

TWITTER

Sun Oct 21 08:58:34 +0000 2018

RT @rspaegean: Police officer seen at footage verbally abusing and humiliating elder refugee woman #Moria suspended from his post. Hate mot…
Sat Oct 20 12:47:17 +0000 2018

RT @CPTLesvos: "It was great, it was the best place for me, it was the most peaceful place I found." (Shoeb, former resident of Pikpa) @Les…

NEWSLETTER

You may subscribe to our Newsletter by providing your e-mail address below: