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A book entitled “Greek expectations,” written by the American author Frances Mayes, has caused havoc and brought on lawsuits on the Greek island of Halki, as it talks about orgies in a Greek monastery refering to specific people of the island.Eight residents of Halki submitted lawsuits against the English author and are claiming 800,000 euros in financial compensation for non-material damages.

Many refugee and migrant women and girls have already been exposed to various forms of SGBV either in their country of origin, first asylum or along the journey to and in Europe.Some of the women interviewed by the mission described being forced to engage in transactional sex to "pay for" travel documents or their journey.Some women and girls are so reluctant to delay their journey and that of their families that they refuse to report SGBV crimes or seek medical attention.According to the lawsuit, the book reveals the identities of the individuals supposedly involved in the orgies.Mayes, who lived on the Greek island of Halki, decided to write this book in 2008 which was published at the end of the same year.For example, despite attempts by UNHCR and partners to ensure well-lit and gender segregated reception facilities and shelter, many lack private, safe water, sanitation and health (WASH) facilities and sleeping areas for women and children, exposing them to potential or further SGBV risks.

The joint assessment noted the need for civil society organizations and humanitarian partners to integrate SGBV prevention and response into all sectors, such as WASH, shelter, health, etc., as well as provision of legal aid and psychosocial support.

As of 15 January 2016, just over 55% of those arriving are women and children, as compared to only 27% in June 2015.

The humanitarian response across the eastern Mediterranean and western Balkans routes is prioritizing the mainstreaming and prevention of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) into all humanitarian activities.

A certain extract of the book refers to two young ladies who had sexual intercourse with several men in the cells of a Greek monastery while the priest was conducting the Holy Communion ceremony in the church.

The residents say that the book includes “false and libelous content,” stressing that the author’s aim is fame and money.

Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.