PRESS RELEASE Conference on “PROTECTION OF REFUGEE MINORS”

8.12.2016
CULTURAL CENTER “ALEXANDROS”
1 Ethnikis Aminis str., Thessaloniki
09.00-18.00

The last few years Greece is a path for hundreds of thousands war-conflict victims from Syria, a large number from Afghanistan, and lower from Asia and Africa, who started as refugees in order to travel to Central and Northern Europe countries. Currently, thousands of refugees are within the Greek territory, the majority of them stays in camps, sometimes even without access to basic infrastructure or facilities. Based on the estimates of National Centre for Social Solidarity and UNHCR, about 2000 unaccompanied minors are currently among the general refugee population.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUTH POLICY PROCEDURES

The scope of this document is to set out ARSIS’S Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy and Procedures in conjunction with ΑRSIS Statute and statutory purposes.

See the document here.

ARSIS’ CODE OF ETHICS AND VALUES FOR ARSIS’ STAFF AND MEMBERS

ARSIS’ Code of Ethics and Values requires our employees, our volunteers, our friends, our members and other representatives of our organization conduct ARSIS’ activities honestly, with integrity, good judgment, equality and independence, following transparent and integer procedures, always in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, and in the best interests of ARSIS’ and the children, families and communities we serve. The Code also contains specific requirements addressing financial transactions, conflicts of interest, beneficiary safety, gifts and gratuities, and confidentiality.

See the document here.