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Greek Summer Academy

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The Greek Summer Academy focuses on contemporary challenges in Greek schools, in particular related to issues like integration of refugee children in mainstream education, and democratic culture and competences as a means to  prevent racism, hate speech and violent extremism. 


What A whole school approach to education for democratic citizenship and human rights in view of issues like racism, hate speech and violent extremism.

For Teams of school heads, teachers and representatives of local NGOs and parents’ associations.

How Online preparations, face-to-face training and systematic follow up during project implementation in schools and local communities

Organizedby The European Wergeland Centre and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs

Working languages Greek

Financed by? The European Wergeland Centre

EWC Experts:Angelos Vallianatos

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The European Wergeland Centre

Caroline Gebara

Senior Advisor
+47 45 06 86 08
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Ms Gebara is a Senior Adviser at the European Wergeland Center and leading the Regional Summer Academy program. She has long-standing experiences in education, in particular in human rights education. She has managed and been engaged in various capacity building programs in Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East developed under the framework of the League of Arab States, the EU and the Ministry of Development Germany. Her work addressed issues of professional development of educators, youth participation and HRE in post-conflict settings. She is a member of the CoE Consultative Group on HRE for Young People. She holds a MA in Social Science and Human Rights from Berlin University.

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