It's been one year since the first hotspots on the Greek Islands were set up, and half a year since the EU-Turkey Statement of March 2016 came into force.
John Owens writes for RefuComm on the fragile and complicated situation for refugees trapped on the Island of Chios.
RefuComm is surprised to find themselves on the front page of Politico Greece today on Chios.
Although we are very grateful for the publicity for our amazing micro SD card project, which has been rolled out on Chios this week, following our research in June and July where we tested it's effectiveness, we find it slightly disturbing, and also slightly amusing that we are the subject of police scrutiny, by no less than a "top official" in the Greek police force.
The island of Samos, in the media spotlight for much of 2016 and the first few months of 2017, appears to have dropped off the radar.
Sharon Silvey reports on conditions there and asks they the situation is not being reported.
RefuComm have been providing information to people seeking international protection for two years now and through our constant interaction with refugees and by asking and listening to what they tell us, we have moved swiftly to provide them with what they tell us they need.