Athens’ Stories of Resilience

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Four videos unravel stories of collectives and individuals from different walks of life, living and operating in Athens. On a literal level, their paths cross at the city centre, on the triangle connecting the neighbourhood of Exarchia to the main Athenian squares of Omonia and Syntagma. On a figurative level, they are connected by their choice to be outside…

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Mission Responsible: Academic Publication of the Conference Papers

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Inter Alia proudly presents the publications from the 2017 Conference “Mission Responsible: The Future of Education and Youth Work”. Selected papers were published by Open Access academic journals. You can read the academic articles by following the links below: Demet Lüküslü and Berrin Osmanoğlu (Social Sciences Journal) HERE Nicholas Rossis (Athens Journal of Mediterranean Studies) HERE Federico Pozzoni (Social…

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Dark Vein: An Inter Alia and Caravan Project Documentary Production

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The Caravan Project visited Bitola in order to conduct its audiovisual documentation for the ECHO project. Caravan Project functions as the external eye and the extra artist that approaches Balkan Dark Cultural Heritage. The Dark Vein film is a travelogue that starts from the city of Bitola (or Monastir in North Macedonia) and the graveyards situated around it; it continues in…

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Migrations, Integration and Co-Development in Europe

HERE Migrations, Integration and Co-Development in Europe: THE FINAL BOOKLET 2016-04-28 participatory project that involved 16 civil society organizations from 15 European countries and local communities from Italy, Cyprus, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria. The project, funded with the support of the “Europe for Citizens” programme, has…

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Inter Alia is the Research Partner in “EuroMed Youth Programme IV”.

A Summary of Dr. N. Rossis Field Research titled: “Youth Work in Lebanon and Cultural Identities: Diversity of Communities: Richness or?” Cultural profusion in Lebanon is a fact of life. The country for several decades now endures a nascent problematic symbiosis of the antithetical political and religious features. The systemic inadequacies within Lebanon promoted the emergence of radical -or…

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