Migratory Birds #18

Quarantine kept us apart. Our team stayed in touch. We might have stayed in our nest, but we also remained active. We followed developments, and in this 18th issue we write about the things we saw that troubled us. We discuss the pandemic and the quarantine period, which taught us a lot, and its effect on communication and human relations. We show what this unusual situation was like for the children in the Safe Zone of the camp at Schisto. We examine 21st century racism, in the wake of the George Floyd affair and the movement “I can’t breathe”, and we describe our deep concerns over the housing of refugees here in Greece. We look at our generation, Generation Z, for whom technology is second nature, from our own perspective. We use this issue’s back page to send our own messages, inspired by the quarantine.