tents: But often they're a place of terror, according to CTV. The camp sits on a hill covered in olive trees just a few kilometres from the island's capital, Mytilene. They should be a space of privacy and safety. Women living there and in the informal settlement beside it say they are in constant fear of harassment, with most avoiding the washroom at night and limiting the number of times they leave their tents. Women, meanwhile, huddle together in their tents or metal containers, some rarely venturing into the main square and staying away completely at night. Men dominate the public space, taking up work in makeshift coffee stands and barber shops, their voices filling the air. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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