Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece organised on Friday 21 December an event to discuss, plan and organise the Setting up of a Laboratory for Documentation and Communication.
The Civic Roundtable is an annual event offering 30 fellows from different European countries and beyond a platform to study trends and challenges and to experiment with various ways to forge better civics across Europe. There have now been four successful editions of the Civic Roundtable.
A Forum on New Engagement for Integration – Evidence based and accountably communicated integration policy & practice
The forum was organized by Symβiosis, Piraeus Municipality and the Royal Embassy of Norway. It aimed to bring together key actors from across Greece – including government and municipality representatives, civil society organizations, migrant and refugee associations.
The seventh edition of the World Forum for Democracy, entitled “Gender equality – Whose battle?”was dedicated to gender equality and women’s rightsin the wake of #MeToo. The Forum gathered more than 2000 participants from over 80 countries.
The Reference Framework is based on the Council of Europe’s long-standing values of equality, dignity and respect. It highlights the necessary skills needed to equip young people with the values, attitudes, skills, knowledge and critical understanding required for actively participating in today’s societies.
“Planning for inclusive cities” – Cities on the Edge: How to design open, just, adaptable, flourishing cities of tomorrow in Greece?
Cities are not only the sites where contemporary ‘wicked policy issues’, such as migration, inequality and sustainability crystallise in a bundled way. They are also considered an engine of social and political change – and governance innovation.