KMOP - Center for Social Action and Innovation invites you on Thursday, July 22, 2021 from 14.30 to 17.00 at the Fanzines Exhibition of the HEAL project, to present fanzines (fanzines> fan magazines = small magazines) developed by the women who participated in the Rehabilitation Program, Integration of work, the importance of art in mental empowerment, the importance of work in integration, as well as some good practices. The discussion will be moderated by journalist and writer Vassilis Rouvalis.

The event takes place in the framework of the HEAL project - enHancing rEcovery and integration through networking, empowerment training and psychological support for women victims of trafficking (AMIF) which is implemented by a group of five collaborating organizations in Italy, Greece, Spain and Romania. The project aims to contribute to the social integration of third-country women who are victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in the above countries, through a therapeutic process that includes psychological support and treatment through art, as well as skills training activities that will facilitate their integration. the labor market.

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Participation in the event is free.

For more information you can contact us at 210-3637547 or at the email address: [email protected]

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