Conclusion of the “Intercultural Competences Development Workshops” Deree – The American College of Greece, Nov’21

Conclusion of the “Intercultural Competences Development Workshops” Deree – The American College of Greece, Nov’21 We, at Fotoessa, are so proud! A major intercultural training initiative to bridge civil society and academia has been successfully completed! We would like to express our gratitude to the students of the International Honors Program of the American College

Intercultural Capacity Building Training Program: “Identity and Interculturalism: From Me to We”

Cities are on the frontline for promoting diversity, inclusiveness, social cohesion, and sustainable development and the coronavirus pandemic has even deepened some of the existing social challenges. Fotoessa, an official member of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) Network, is delighted to participate in the transnational project “Intercultural Cities and Learning” that responds to these challenges

“Developing Intercultural Competencies through STORY CIRCLES” An UNESCO & ALF international training

It was a great privilege for Fotoessa, and Aspasia Protogerou ToT, in particular, to join the international training, organised by UNESCO and the Anna Lindh Foundation, on “Developing Intercultural Competencies through STORY CIRCLES”.  STORY CIRCLES is an important resource for anyone concerned with effectively managing the growing cul tural diversity within our societies to ensure

Intercultural Competence Workshop with Patrick Gruczkun, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Fotoessa’s Intercultural Citizenship Education trainer, Aspasia Protogerou, attended the Training on Intercultural Competence online workshop, delivered by Patrick Gruczkun, with the Coordination Team of the ALF German Network and the support of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), on April 21st 2020. Patrick, using a good balance between theory and practice, delivered in two 2 1/2-hour-

Presentation of the LIVING LIBRARIES from The House of Europe in Rhodes in the frame of “Be My Voice” transnational project

Within the frame of the “Be My Voice” transnational project, supported by EU and the Anna Lindh Foundation network, Fotoessa had the privilege to welcome “The House of Europe in Rhodes” in a web presentation of the “Living Libraries”, an acknowledged tool for supporting freedom of speech and challenging prejudice and discrimination, creating a safe

“Women on Ιslands, Motors of Sustainable Tourism”

“Women on islands, Motors of Sustainable Tourism” Fotoessa partners in innovative program sponsored by the ALF Fotoessa PC is proudly participating in the transnational Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) program “Women on islands, Motors of Sustainable Tourism”. The project is aiming to help women entrepreneurs and organisations in four small islands, strategically selected (in Croatia, UK,


Anna Lindh Foundation Intercultural Research Project Grant “Global Crises, Common Problems, Collective Solutions” We at Fotoessa PC are pleased to announce that we will be partners in an Anna Lindh Foundation Intercultural Research Project Grant for a project titled “Global Crises, Common Problems, Collective Solutions” which focuses on intercultural dialogue in the Euro-Med area in


A Transnational Research on the present and the future of Civil Society in the Euro-Med Area Fotoessa PC participates in the Anna Lindh Foundation-funded project called “Quo Vadis Euro-Med Civil Society” which aims to examine the situation of Civil Society in the EuroMed region, the problems, the new conditions and prospects, in order to draw

Intercultural Citizenship Education: “Identity & Multiculturality” community activity

After the Training of Trainers in Intercultural Citizenship Education (Cyprus, 2019) and following the Anna Lindh Foundation’s dissemination goal, Fotoessa held the first intercultural activity in the community of Anavyssos city in Attica region, Greece, on September 2020. The activity focused on the subject of “Identity and diversity” and was organized and facilitated by Fotoessa’s

“Empty classrooms: the impact of COVID-19 on education”: Online discussion by “Friends of Europe”

Ensuring that all girls and boys are granted quality education is a prime ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals*. The return is considerable: a more diverse and prosperous economy, access to better services, and increased equality are amongst the clear benefits from open access to free education. The path towards achieving SDG4 is also an