مع تزايد التنوّع في المجتمعات، يبدأ الشباب في التشكيك في هويتهم وعلاقتهم بالآخرين وبالدور الذي يمكن أن يضطلعوا به في مجتمعهم. انطلاقاً من هذه الملاحظات، شرع منظمو المشروع في زيادة الوعي حول التسامح والتماسك الاجتماعي والتضامن بين جميع أعضاء مجتمعاتنا...
لا يُسهم تعلّم التاريخ بما فيه الكفاية في اكتساب كفاءات المواطنة المتعددة الثقافات. فبدلاً من ذلك، حرّفت القوالب النمطية المتعلقة بالاختلافات الثقافية والتقاليدية والدينية من النظرة إلى العالم العربي والإسلامي. بناءً على هذه الملاحظات، صمّم منظمو المشروع على مساعدة الشباب...
11th International Dance and Performing Arts Festival in Syros
11th – 21st July 2024
E x p a n d i n g identities
This year’s Akropoditi Dancefest call, entitled "E x p a n d i n g identities”, launches a series of thematic suggestions with the aim of enriching the festival’s identity and embracing creative works that will respond to the contextual reference.
Akropoditi Dancefest invites artists who live and work elsewhere rather than their place of origin, but combine in their work their origin elements, such as tradition, history, culture, etc, with any other kind of influence coming from the place they currently live in as well as the wider, international and contemporary artistic reality.
Application period starts on 5th November 2023 to 5th December 2023 and all entries should be submitted to the Festival’s official site: https://akropoditi.com/dancefest/en/
All applicants will receive an email reply by 15th of January.
Please read carefully the terms and conditions of participation on the official website of the festival: https://akropoditi.com/dancefest/en/dancefest-terms-en/
Hellenic Foundation for Culture is organizing a concert of Ukrainian and Greek traditional music by the bandura trio "Malva" (artistic director Nina Morozevich) and the orchestra "Estudiantina" of Nea Ionia (artistic director Andreas Katsigiannis).
The wonderful sound of the traditional musical instrument of Ukraine, together with the vocals of distinguished artists Nina Morozevich, Tetiana Vasilchiv and Galina Shukenych will join us in the intangible cultural heritage of Ukraine, while the "Estudiantina" orchestra will take us on a journey to the well-known sounds of Greek traditional music.
The partnership of Ukrainian and Greek musicians will result in us enjoying Ukrainian and Greek compositions.
Friday, 16 December 2022, 7 p.m, Goethe-Institut, Athens.
The entrance is free.
Reserve your seats:
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The concert is part of the program of actions of the EUNIC network in Athens for the promotion of Ukrainian Cultural Heritage. The program is entitled UKRAINIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE UNDER THREAT and is implemented by the Hellenic Cultural Foundation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Romania in Athens.
The 2nd Summer School of the University of Ioannina provides students and researchers with an opportunity to experience quality education/research training in a variety of disciplines: History, Economics, Sociology, and Technology.
It addresses different learning levels: underground, postgraduate, and doctoral. Participants (up to 30) will attend lectures and will be trained through workshops while also experience the natural surroundings.
The economic crises, its traces in society, the transformations of working landscapes are the main cognitive aspects of the 2th Preveza Summer School. The course examines the labor process and illuminates the challenges of the future. How many forms the working landscapes take over time? Is it possible for green economy to coexist with artificial intelligence and civil society?
The 2nd Summer School of the University of Ioannina sheds light on the historical processes and the economic crises and gives a new global perspective on the subject.
- Department of Logistics and financial studies/Preveza, University of Ioannina.
- Department of history and Archaeology / University of Ioannina.
- Department of Economics/University of Ioannina
- Department of social studies/Hellenic Open University.
Training Emerging Leaders for the New Geopolitical Challenges in the Mediterranean
3rd ELIAMEP – ACG Summer Academy
Olympia, Greece, 3-8 July 2023
The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ΕLIAMEP) and the Institute of Global Affairs of The American College of Greece are pleased to invite applications to the 3rd ELIAMEP – ACG Summer Academy in Olympia, Peloponnese, Greece. The Summer Academy is a transnational educational program that brings together high-potential graduate students and young professionals from the Mediterranean, Europe and beyond. Distinguished academics, diplomats, policy makers, business leaders, and experienced journalists will assist the participants in analyzing and better understanding the challenges that emanate from the current global and regional geoeconomic and geopolitical shifts.
Designed as a hands-on educational activity, the Academy will focus on developing participants’ leadership skills, with emphasis on conflict management and negotiation and communication techniques. The Academy aims at broadening the participants’ perspective, as well as enhancing their professional network.
The Summer Academy will address the following topics:
– Main drivers of instability and opportunities for cooperation in the region
– Competition between regional and external powers
– Dysfunctional states, revisionism and prolonged conflicts
– Cross-border migration, energy and climate change
– The European Union’s role in its Southern neighborhood
The program will include seminars, lectures, focus group discussions, and soft-skills training. All sessions are held in English.
Participants must have at least a first degree in a relevant area of study, in addition to demonstrated leadership potential. The age limit for applicants is 35 years. English language proficiency is a prerequisite.
The program is designed for:
- Graduate students from Greece and abroad
- Junior political and policy practitioners
- Staff of think tanks
- Representatives of civil society
***For more information and the application form, please visit the link https://bit.ly/3yCwd7a
Training for Better Integration of Unaccompanied Minors
United Societies of Balkans, a member of the Greek Network of Anna Lindh Foundation, is among the partners who implement a training program to address the needs and gaps of knowledge and skills of professionals whose objective is to offer the professionals the right tools to integration, support and education.
The outcomes of the projects are :
GAP ASSESSMENT AND ROAD MAP (IO1)
TRAINING PROGRAMME (IO2)
4_ONE_ANOTHER E-LEARNING PLATFORM (IO3)
The project aims to:
1) provide UASC and youth with the necessary tools for achieving a successful life and work towards their integration;
2) address the role of professionals working in reception centers: cultural mediators and social workers.
The partnership has developed all training modules of the future e-learning platform based on the following structure:
- Module 1: Basic presentation of the UASCs
- Module 2: Legal framework at partner country level and general European framework.
- Module 3: Societal integration (school, work, etc.)
- Module 4: Intercultural competences
- Module 5: Gender mainstreaming, equality, and non-discrimination.
- Module 6: Coping with the emotional problems of the minors
- Module 7: Foster care and other form of caring. Coming to Age
The training modules will act as “chapters” of the overall e-learning platform and will be used as self-paced learning experiences that include written content, audio, video, and other visual elements.
The partnership is currently developing the structure and design of the e-learning platform, which corresponds to IO3. It will include a wide range of training modules providing a mix of theoretical information, learning activities, and practical guidance to enhance the skills of professionals working with unaccompanied minors, thus providing cost-effective education.
Over the next few months, the partners will work on developing the project's e-learning platform.
Find out more at: https://4oneanother.org/
Follow them at: https://www.facebook.com/4oneanothereu
Great Alejander & An. Thrakis 1
- Environment/Sustainable development
- International/Cultural relations
- Youth and education
In our school beyond the basic knowledge and the supplies for our students we try to teach them to be open in other cultures , to use foreigner languages, to learn about their country cultural traditions also as well and populations from other countries. They also learn how to use the new technologies to communicate.
The school has been distinguished in competitions of Mathematics, Information Technology, and in Athletic Events. In 2003 our students were first in the Pan-Hellenic Competition of Information Technology and Mathematics, took part in the Balkan Olympic Games of Information Technology, and came out first in the European Championship of Rhythmical Gymnastics. Also the school participates in a lot of activities as competitions of Painting, Tele-education, Communication , Exchange of Educational Material via Internet , Network Organization of online courses, collaboration with Universities for the safety of tour in Internet, network events of European Union (Spring Day of Europe), Electronic Twinning with schools of abroad , programs of Environmental Education and Education of Health. We are also participate as partners in a Comenius-3 Network for Alimentary Culture.
Join us on a unique month-long cultural journey to the wider Black Sea region!
Being aware of the rich, diverse, cultural heritage of the BSEC region, the ICBSS established the BSEC Month of Culture (MoC) in 2017, with the aim to promote the cultural identity of the region and enhance its visibility to the wider public.
The Month of Culture is an online, month-long programme of cultural highlights of performing arts, cinema, literature, painting, architecture, gastronomy and more, from the BSEC 13 Member States.
Now in its 7th year, the BSEC Month of Culture has been asserted as an ICBSS flagship event and an annual cultural highlight for the BSEC region, attracting increasing interest and visibility.
The 7th Edition of the BSEC Month of Culture will run online from 1 to 30 November 2023.
For more info: https://icbss.org/bsec-month-2023/
Do not miss the opportunity to discover more trivia on cultural and artistic milestones through visiting the past editions here!
Tsiller 61 str & Ros
- Democracy and community development
- Environment/Sustainable development
- Human rights
- International/Cultural relations
- Youth and education
Academy Of Entrepreneurship (AKEP) was founded in 2007 by the historical Educational Association of Athens “HFAISTOS”, aiming at the creation of a healthier entrepreneurial environment on a national and European level, and trying to support young people who wish to make their innovative entrepreneurial ideas come true. AKEP’s main objective is the cultivation of the essential entrepreneurial attitude and transfer of the necessary knowledge to young entrepreneurs who are now entering the labour market and to already active entrepreneurs, wishing to establish themselves and expand their operations both within Greece and abroad. Academy Of Entrepreneurship is a non-profit organisation working with 4 people as permanent staff and several external experts ad-hoc. Its budgetary resources come from education services, “HFAISTOS” and EU co-funded projects. Its main partners are StartUp Nations Research Network, Global Entrepreneurship Week, Trip In Touch, European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes, Entrepreneur Envoy, Euro-Mediterranean Youth Platform, ELSIR Mundus – Network for Innovation and Social and Territorial Responsibility (Internationally) and Federation of Hellenic Associations of Young Entrepreneurs, Aephoria, αέλια Working Life Lab, Knowl for Education and Lifelong Learning (nationally).
The Academy Of Entrepreneurship (AKEP) is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization, with an innovative and authentic character, trying to meet the new challenges of the modern labour market as its first priority. The Academy Of Entrepreneurship is determined to cope with the new reality created within the economic crisis in an effective and consistent way, on a national , European and global level, and aims to provide answers at a rapid but constant pace and on a theoretical and practical level, regarding the challenges that arise everyday and make entrepreneurship seem uncertain and risky. AKEP’s ultimate goal is the development of the appropriate conditions, to make startup entrepreneurship, both in Greece and abroad, more “safe” and tempting.
AKEP has been a national partner of the Global Entrepreneurship Week in Greece since 2008 . A series of workshops and entrepreneurship seminars are always organized during the GEW where participants can brainstorm and seek advice on business issues and learn about the challenges they have to face within the crisis in the labour market today. They also receive specific guidance, depending on the requirements of their own business endeavor and activity. As a member of the Entrepreneur Envoy Global Network, and recently of the European Association of Development Research and Training, the AKEP is fully aware of the requirements of the European labour market, transferring this knowledge to the participants of its educational programmes. AKEP’s latest success is its nomination as the official STARTUP NATIONS Greece National partner of the Startup Nations Global Network, a nomination that makes the Academy widely recognized and establishes it as an important communication channel for startup entrepreneurs and enterprises both on a European and a global level. AKEP has been the National partner in numerous European research projects for the support of entrepreneurship, mobility and employability in Europe. More about these EU supported projects @ http://akep.eu/?page_id=1764. AKEP is a nonprofit organisation, registered in the EU Transparency Register with ID number 049215512245-42 and the Unique Registration Facility (URF) of the European Commission with Participant Identification Code (PIC) 996793826.
The Academy Of Entrepreneurship is determined to cope with the new reality created within the economic crisis in an effective and consistent way, on a national , European and global level, and aims to provide answers at a rapid but constant pace and on a theoretical and practical level, regarding the challenges that arise everyday and make entrepreneurship seem uncertain and risky. AKEP’s ultimate goal is the development of the appropriate conditions, to make startup entrepreneurship, both in Greece and abroad, more “safe” and tempting.
Our ethic summarizes: social progress through the continuous contribution of active citizens. To achieve our vision we are guided by the values of ethics, human decency and cooperation. We believe our values are in line with those of the Anna Lindh Foundations and we are looking forward to benefit from the synergies the network offers to their advancement.