Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.)
- DATE AND TIME
- Tue, November 8, 2016, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM CET
- Palais des Nations, Room XIV, 1202 Genève, Switzerland, View Map
The surge in population replacements and influx of refugees, emanating from a wide range of factors, including but not limited to gross Human Rights violations, financial crisis and environmental changes, has underlined the need to focus our efforts in effectively and fairly integrating those populations within the host country’s society in a way that helps different cultures and identities thrive along. “Educating for Peace” seeks to live up to the goal of no lost generation. The goal of the event is to enhance public-private partnership as a mean to ensure that replacement will not hinder one’s right to access education.
Mr. Symeon Sidiropoulos, Ph.D.(c), President of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.) – (Opening Speech).
Katerina Panagopoulos, Ambassador of Greece for Sport, Tolerance and Fair Play to the Council of Europe and President of the Panhellenic Women Sport Association “Kallipateira”.
Dr. Paroula Naskou Perraki, Professor of International Law, Vice President of Institute for Balkan Studies, Vice President of the UNESCO Centre for Women and Peace in the Balkans, Director of Hellenic Institute for the United Nations (H.A.P.Sc.) – (Coordinator of the side-event of H.A.P.Sc.).
Dr. Athanasios Vozikis, Assistant Professor of the University of Piraeus and Director of the Laboratory for Health Economics and Management of the University of Piraeus (UNI.PI.).
Mrs. Vasiliki Tsami, Communication Specialist – Political Scientist B.A., M.Sc., Director General of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.).
Mrs. Aggeliki Pappa, Founder of ‘I love dyslexia’ EFL school, Founder – Pesident 3DlexiaCosmos NPO, Teacher trainer Folbuniversitetet (Uppsala), 50 top educators in the world for the Global Teacher Prize 2016. (speech and video presentation).
Dr. Theodoros Fouskas, Director of the Institute for Immigration and Refugees Issues – Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.). Overcoming Social Inequality for Social Integration through Education: Social Policy and Access to Early Childhood Education for Refugee and Immigrant Children in Greece in Times of Global Crisis
Educating for Peace – Geneva Peace Week 2016 organized by the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.)
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Information about the event: www.hapsc.org
H.A.P.Sc is a non-profit, civil society, Scientific Association. H.A.P.Sc. is an Organisation in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC UN). It always operates in accordance with the principle of democracy. It also operates based on volunteering, will to offer and effort to disseminate and promote Political Science. It adopts all the United Nations principles as outlined in the UN Charter, the European Convention on Human Rights, as well as the rules of humanitarian law in total. It considers the role of a political scientist to be advocate for freedom, democracy, peace, respecting human life, human dignity and the principle of equality, research, growth, environment, culture and free access to natural goods.
Fouskas, Τ. (2016) “Overcoming Social Inequality for Social Integration through Education: Social Policy and Access to Early Childhood Education for Refugee and Immigrant Children in Greece in Times of Global Crisis”, paper that will be presented at the conference Geneva Peace Week 2016 at the session entitled: Educating for Peace organized by the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (H.A.P.Sc.), November 8, 2016, Palais des Nations, Room XIV, 1202 Genève, Switzerland. Available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/educating-for-peace-geneva-peace-week-by-hellenic-association-of-political-scientists-tickets-28806795902.