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Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
Immigrants and criminality in Greece
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Immigrants and criminality in Greece

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  • 1. Second Chance School of Neapolis Greece Activities on Harnessing Intercultural Diversity Cadiz meeting Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 2. Second Chance School European Projects
    • Our School students participated in several
    • activities in order to achieve a better
    • understanding of the problem of migration
    • in our country .
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 3. Working on the Glossary (1/4)
    • The learners expressed
    • their understanding of the words and found out how they felt and through interaction, corrected a lot of their misunderstandings about migration and immigrants
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 4. Working on the Glossary (2/4) Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 5. Working on the Glossary (3/4) Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 6. Working on the Glossary (4/4) Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 7. Aggelioforos news Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity Our school activities were published in the news
  • 8. Visiting the SDE of Diavata prison
    • In Greece the institution of second chance schools is also applied in several state prisons. In fact there are six such schools operating this year.
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 9. Visiting the SDE of Diavata prison Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity Christmas party with the prisoner students
  • 10. Visiting the SDE of Diavata prison Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity It was a good opportunity to talk with the prisoner students who are mostly immigrants ( 90%)
  • 11. Visiting the SDE of Diavata prison Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 12. Open Window to the World
    • The Second Chance schools operating in prisons of Greece are “an open Window” to the world. The immigrant prisoners appreciate these schools very much. Their benefits are of great importance because among other lessons they have the opportunity to learn the Greek language
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 13. Ex-prisoner now law student Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 14. Prison statistics Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 15. Immigrants and criminality in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity HOMICIDE , 1998-2006 and 2007 (9 months) 81 28 53 63 107 52 55 2007 99 47 52 63 85 42 43 2006 101 41 60 66 100 51 49 2005 97 30 67 72 87 46 41 2004 127 53 74 93 114 67 47 2003 154 64 90 108 95 49 46 2002 89 39 50 73 105 58 47 2001 70 17 53 64 80 28 52 2000 58 22 36 56 110 39 71 1999 46 9 37 41 71 17 54 1998 TOTAL FOREIGNERS GREEK PERPETRATORS SOLVED TOTAL ATTEMPTED COMMITED
  • 16. Immigrants and criminality in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity RAPE , 1998-2006 and 2007 (9 months) 53 29 24 37 82 20 62 2007 76 30 46 82 109 33 76 2006 92 29 63 71 120 33 87 2005 104 50 54 84 133 33 100 2004 92 50 42 67 108 32 76 2003 85 29 56 64 97 26 71 2002 66 25 41 56 83 27 56 2001 94 18 76 64 90 31 59 2000 44 10 34 51 88 31 57 1999 22 6 16 24 49 14 35 1998 TOTAL FOREIGNERS GREEK PERPETRATORS SOLVED TOTAL ATTEMPTED COMMITED
  • 17. Immigrants and criminality in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity FRAUD , 1998-2006 and 2007 (9 months) 216 38 178 192 506 21 485 2007 387 56 331 469 864 81 783 2006 333 39 294 301 719 49 670 2005 367 49 318 267 605 33 572 2004 278 48 230 264 575 14 561 2003 301 36 265 250 579 23 556 2002 356 34 322 336 597 32 565 2001 312 42 270 295 497 19 478 2000 209 37 172 177 379 18 361 1999 180 12 168 168 292 7 285 1998 TOTAL FOREIGNERS GREEK PERPETRATORS SOLVED TOTAL ATTEMPTED COMMITED
  • 18. Immigrants and criminality in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity BANK ROBBERY , 1998-2006 and 2007 (9 months) 45 160 6 154 2007 66 180 11 169 2006 91 156 17 139 2005 32 156 15 141 2004 56 175 4 171 2003 43 125 6 119 2002 - 35 2 33 2001 15 45 2 43 2000 12 40 1 39 1999 17 94 3 91 1998 SOLVED TOTAL ATTEMPTED COMMITED
  • 19. Immigrants and criminality in Greece
    • The statistics of the Greek police in 2005
    • showed that the percentage of immigrants
    • arrested for crime were:
      • For homicide 32%
      • For rape 34%
      • For theft and burglary 28%
      • For robbery 34%
      • For car theft 25%
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  • 20. Interviews
    • Another group of our students that were
    • responsible for taking the interview s met
    • four immigrants working in Greece:
      • an Albanian
      • a Philippine
      • a Georgian and
      • a Russian
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 21. Immigrant guide
    • To help immigrants know what to do to
    • acquire legal papers and which state services
    • to address to, there is a guide issued by the
    • Greek immigration services in both, Greek
    • and English Language
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 22. Illegal immigration in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 23. Human traffickers Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 24. Illegal immigration in Greece Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 25. The fence
    • the Greek government proposed to build a
    • fence to keep out the illegal immigrants
    • Here is a photo album on illegal immigrants
    • in Greece by Angelos Tzortzinis from Times
    • on line
    Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 26. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 27. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 28. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 29. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 30. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 31. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 32. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity
  • 33. The fence Grundtvig Harnessing Intercultural Diversity

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