A new report has been published by Human Rights Watch focusing upon the detention of unaccompanied children in Greece. The report is entitled: “Why Are You Keeping Me Here?”: Unaccompanied Children Detained in Greece.
This report, based on research conducted by Human Rights Watch in mainland Greece from June 27 to July 6, 2016, primarily documents problems with the detention of unaccompanied children in police custody. However, because some of the children interviewed also spent time detained in Coast Guard facilities, or in facilities run by the First Reception Service, the report also addresses aspects of detention conditions at these sites.
Download the Full Report: “Why Are You Keeping Me Here?”: Unaccompanied Children Detained in Greece.