International Day Against Racism: Walk Against Discrimination in Athens

On the occasion of the International Day to Eliminate Racial Discrimination, a group of Greek civil society organisations supported by several European NGO networks organises a march in Athens to protest racism.

With the initiative of the Greek Forum of Migrants, representatives of various groups confronting racism (LGBT, Roma, migrants, HIV positive, refugees, elderly, religious minorities, etc.) will assemble for the second time – on 21 March for an organized walk from the Greek Parliament to the Acropolis.

The walk starts at 18:30 (Greek time). The group will be joined by  politicians, journalists, artists, and writers who advocate human rights.

The route will begin in Syntagma square in Athens outside the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and will end in Dionysiou Areopageitou (Areopagitou and Makrigianni).

For more information in Greek, click here.

For other activities hapenning across Europe during the European Action Week Agains Racism, click here.

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