We participate in research projects and conduct educational work regarding human rights issues because we believe it helps to raise awareness and understanding of their importance. Through research, we can identify human rights violations, understand the root causes, and develop strategies to address them. Educational work helps to promote a culture of human rights by educating individuals and communities about their rights and responsibilities. By doing research and educational work on human rights issues, we can create a more just and equitable society where human rights are respected and upheld.


“Gender Identity & Violence when Empowering the Youth” (GIVEN) Erasmus+ program

18-28 May 2023. Fotoessa’s co-founder, John Sourelis, and Intercultural trainer of trainers, Aspasia Protogerou, participated in the 10 days SCI ...
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“Be My Voice” – The Greek Volunteering Artists’ Exhibition

Fotoessa proudly launched the final Greek live workshop and collective art exhibition in the frame of the Anna Lindh Foundation's ...
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Presentation of the LIVING LIBRARIES recounting tool 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 ...
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BeMyVoice: A Transnational Solidarity Movement in support of Freedom of Speech

Fotoessa, an accredited member of the Anna Lindh Foundation network of Greece, proudly participates in the transnational solidarity program BeMyVoice ...
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