Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality & Diversity, under the context of the Employability project “Worldplaces-Workplaces Working with Migrant Women”, is organising a week dedicated on how we can better manage family life and work in Greece, if you are now a parent or you wish to become one in the future.
Through the seminars, in the middle of December, we will have the opportunity to learn all we need to know about our work rights and financial responsibilities when working in Greece, but also how we can better cope with the parenting roles and how children can have access to childcare services while the parent/s work.
Friday, December 16, 10.00 a.m.
Duration: 2 hours
“The Essentials for a Better Financial Management When Living in Greece” seminar
This seminar will focus on how we can achieve a better financial management by being aware of what are the basic rights and obligations in Greece.
The seminar will be facilitated by Mrs. Lykoysi Maria, Career & Executive Coach, by the NGO Openous.
Tuesday, December 20, 10.30 a.m.
Duration: 3 hours
“My Labour Rights in Greece” seminar
These and many more will be answered on the day of the seminar and support you in being prepared before the next job opportunity comes your way.
Wednesday, December 21, 10.00 a.m.
Duration: 2 hours
“Family Roles and how to cope with stress” seminar
Family roles can affect our work life and our stress level. With Mrs. Adamantia Kotsoglanidi, Social Worker and Psychotherapist by NGO Openous, we speak about roles in the family and the skills required to exercise them, but also how to cope with the stress caused by combining work and family life.
*The partners of interested women are welcomed to join this seminar to discuss together matters that affect our common life.
Thursday, December 22, 10.30 a.m.
“Daycare in Greece for young children” info session
Duration: 1,5 hour
The seminars will take place physically and will be exclusively available for the participants of the programme “Worldplaces”. If you wish to join too, please send an email to register to [email protected] or a whatsapp message to 694 364 3025.