The project aims to promote the employment of vulnerable unemployed residents of the City of Athens through awareness raising, training and certification, individualized psychosocial and employability support and job placement. The project is implemented by the ADDMA (Athens Development and Destination Agency) of the Municipality of Athens.
The project aims to ensure a more democratic and inclusive school environment, where refugee students feel safe and welcome. By the end of the school year 2021-2022, school leaders, teachers, pupils and parents from 150 Greek secondary schools will have taken part in this project. The “Schools for all” is implemented by the European Wergeland Centre under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs.
With the support of the EEA Grants, SolidarityNow has continued and strengthened the provision of all the pro bono services at the Athens Solidarity Center. The general objective of the project is to provide for two years (2019-2021), holistic support to 10,000 people individuals at risk of social marginalization and exclusion and pave the way towards their empowerment and self-reliance. The project has been completed.