PRESS RELEASES & ARTICLES

Research on the conditions of migrant and youth entrepreneurship in Greece

As part of the program MYSITE (Migrant and Youth Social Inclusion through Entrepreneurship), SolidarityNow examined the conditions of migrant and youth entrepreneurship in Greece, through desk research and interviews with experts, young Greek entrepreneurs and young migrant entrepreneurs. The resulting national report includes information regarding the Greek national context, the legal, policy and institutional framework, […]

Yiannis Boutaris, new Member of SolidarityNow’s Board of Directors

Τhe members of SolidarityNow’s Board of Directors unanimously selected Yiannis Boutaris as the new member of the organization’s Board to honor his outstanding and important work and contribution to the Local Government and the strengthening of civil society. “It is with great joy and excitement we welcome  Yiannis Boutaris, to SolidarityNow’s Board of Directors, a […]

“Migrant & Youth Social Inclusion Through Entrepreneurship” – My Site Program

5 organizations from 5 European countries Collaborate to Promote Migrant & Youth Social Inclusion Through Entrepreneurship Under the framework of the program: MY SITE SolidarityNow is the organization in Greece partnering with five organizations from five EU countries to promote youth and migrant entrepreneurship and to highlight its significance as a means to social inclusion. […]

PRESS STATEMENT

Antigone Lyberaki is taking a leave of absence from her position as General Manager of SolidarityNow Athens, April 10, 2019 Following the current developments in the political scenery, Antigone Lyberaki, is taking a leave of absence from her position as General Manager of SolidarityNow, as she will be assuming the seat of a resigned member […]

A lost generation with missing children and no childhood?

Antigone Liberaki, General Manager, SolidarityNow Lost generation? From 2016 onwards, the global civil society raised the issue of schooling of refugee children.[1] With half of the world’s 19 million refugees being children, and most of them being denied access to education, the timing seemed right, if not already delayed. Most states followed this lead and […]