Technology and education for refugee camps in Greece.

daedalus-workshopGrassroot groups for technology and education.

Helping people in refugee camps in Greece to learn new skills, cater to their own needs and better integrate with their new environment.

It is all about empowering people. Everything else is a tool.


Click to meet Local Technical Group in Athens.

We fix, we help, we build. For over 1000 people in three self-organised communities throughout the city.


If you want to learn what it is ALL about, see our PDF documents in one ZIP archive.

Basic Infrastructure

Basic Infrastructure

Self-organized teams building basic amenities and infrastructure to enhance quality of living.

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E-learning infrastructure

E-learning infrastructure

Local internet nodes to enable better communication and access to education.

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Self-employment and microenterprises

Self-employment and microenterprises

Running in-camp production and services to advance integration with society and economy.

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Woodworking center improvements

New equipment and super-comfortable bed for refugees. Just come and see!

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Statement on the occupation of technical facility at Technical University in Exarchia

We are grounded in anarchist movement, protected by historical tradition of University asylum and legitimised by the needs of the people, nobody else cares for.

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Handypack #0 available for evaluation

Thanks to our British friends (and Benedictine monks from London) today we were able to buy first HandyPack set (officially: #0). We will use it for demonstration purposes, to show communities what’s inside and to encourage more donors. Please help us buy first ten of them, dropping your share at https://www.gofundme.com/handypersonpacks This is how it

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HandyPack to the people!

we decided to introduce HandyPack — a toolbox full of goodies, which we provide to every willing community. It is a package deal, though: we promise to refill the materials, fix or replace broken tools and help local handy(wo)men if the problem is too big for them. In return we expect proper care and use of tools, credits to LTG for support and working contact with skilled members of the community

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We put the rice inside and cover with the box.

Less fuel, more cooking!

“Haybox” cooking saves you ~20% of fuel and 60% of cooker time. Good thing for solidarity kitchens.

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