23 young individuals -Greeks & refugees/migrants- were supported in order to become the Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow SolidarityNow celebrated the completion of the “Migrant & Youth Social Inclusion Through Entrepreneurship” (MYSITE) program in a closing event that was held in order to celebrate entrepreneurship, employment and social inclusion, at the Blue Refugee Center in Thessaloniki. MYSITE […]
On the 26th and 27nth September, 2019, we are organizing the 1st Job Fair by SolidarityNow Job Fair in Thessaloniki. The Job Fair is a new initiative of the organization, which aims to connect refugees, migrants and asylum seekers with new work contexts and to inform and support Greek employers in order for them to […]
60 participants, 4 instructors, a number of colleagues, all took part in an innovative program with the aim of inclusion through interaction The medium of radio, creative podcasts and photography, some of the most powerful mediums of modern expression. Taking advantage of these tools SolidarityNow chose to give its Primary Constituents of the organization the […]
A collaboration between the International Rescue Committee, SolidarityNow and Knowl exclusively funded by the Citi Foundation. 350 young people – refugees, migrants and members of vulnerable social groups – who wanted not only to challenge themselves with entrepreneurship but also to start their lives with dignity and dynamism, participated in the Business for YOUth entrepreneurship […]
20 June, Kypseli Municipal Market – 22 June, Serafio City of Athens On World Refugee Day, held every year on 20 June, we commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees forced to flee their home. Around the world, communities, schools, businesses, faith groups and people from all walks of life are taking […]
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Antigone Liberaki, General Manager, SolidarityNow Lost generation? From 2016 onwards, the global civil society raised the issue of schooling of refugee children. 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 […]