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School festivals in Greece bring young voices together against discrimination
21 March 2018
School Festivals take place in a number of cities in Greece this week to mark
the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
All events are organised by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) and UNHCR as part of the “It could be me – It could be you Project which is accredited by IDEA
More than 1,000 primary and secondary students, including refugee children, in 46 schools around Greece will showcase their drama and arts skills in a series of festivals this month to mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Read more ..here!

26 August - 1 September 2018
Aghios Ioannis, Pilio, Greece

workshops, performances, swimming and more
for teachers, artists, youth facilitators
see photos from 2017
Organised by Hellenic Theatre/Drama and Education Network (TENet-Gr)

more ..soon!

"It could be me - It could be you"
an awareness raising project using theatre/drama techniques
on human rights and refugee issues
Student Worskhsops & Festivals, Teacher Training Seminars

Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)
in collaboration with UNHCR Greece
READ MORE ..here

Hope comes with solidarity
(photo by Giannis Behrakis, Lesvos Isl, Greece 2015)



2014-2016 YouthDocs

 / video - drama
recording critical glances on personal identity, youth culture and contemporary reality
2014-2016 An Erasmus+ course KA2 Strategic Partnerships

13th Theatre Summer Camp - Pelion 2014
26-30 August 2014
Ag Ioannis beach, Mt Pelion, Greece

" sculpturing our dreams – transforming our realities:
tranformation through theatre”


Education & Theatre Journal
Issue 16 (May 2015)
Special Edition: Theatre of the Oppressed
(published in Greek)

“The multicolored immigration of the butterfly”

theatre education workshop and forum theatre play


"Education & Theatre Journal" Issue 14, March 2013 (special edition on anti-racist education, bulling amd human rights)
Published in Greek