For the 9th consecutive year, the educational and cultural institutions and embassies from fourteen member countries of EUNIC Athens, in collaboration with the Representation of the European Commission in Athens, the Foundation for State Scholarships (IKY) and the Athens Culture Net of the Municipality of Athens, invite you to a multilingual celebration, which will take you on a journey from one European country to another, exploring the fascinating world of languages and dialects with a programme of events and activities for the whole family on the theme of sustainability and the environment. Visitors will have the opportunity to take part in a multilingual storytelling festival with tales from the oral tradition of European countries and educational workshops for children.
About the European Day of Languages The European Day of Languages was established in 2001 to support and promote Europe’s rich linguistic diversity and the development of language skills so as to enable its citizens to play their full part in democratic citizenship in Europe and preserve Europe’s multicultural identity.
10.00 – 16.00, National Garden
Greek, English, French, Czech, German, Polish, Norwegian, Slovenian, Italian, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish
An interactive educational workshop for families created by the multidisciplinary team of The Bee Camp on the importance of the bees for the planet. Through interactive activities and games for families we aim to raise awareness about the important role of the bees, their role on pollination and the issues they face on a world level. The participants will be invited to explore life in the hive through a theater game and learn all about how they can take actions to protect the bees! This event is part of the Bees & Buzz activities, that aims to create awareness on the protection of the urban biodiversity, focusing on the vital role of parks and green spaces for supporting pollinators in urban environments.
The Bee Camp
12.00 Address: National Garden, outdoor space by the Children’s library Participants: 30 people (parents & kids of 6-10 years old) Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Humanism highlights human beings’ responsibility to the world. As a philosophy and a commitment, it has led the human kind from dark spots many times already. By bringing to public space inspiration from the most notable European humanists, we want to stimulate a vision of future based on shared emphasis on humanity as a commitment.
Exhibition – Pedion tou Areos
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