Culture Lab

Stakeholder: Network for Children's Rights
Type of stakeholder: Non Governmental Organizations

Service last updated on 20-02-2023

General Information

Population Groups
Refugee / immigrant population
  • Children
Days / Hours of service
  • Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 20:00
Supported languages


The Culture Lab welcomes children, parents and volunteers every day in its welcoming space at Alkamenous 11b Street. In the Culture Lab, children participate in creative activity groups, learning support classes, art workshops and visits to theatrical performances and other cultural places. 

Almost a hundred children systematically participated in the activities of the Culture Lab. The children come from many different countries. Through role-play activities, group games, songs and rich audiovisual material all children are given the opportunity to learn their basic children’s rights. Through interdisciplinary actions, the defense and the claim of their rights are highlighted. 

We have the pleasure of having stable and active volunteers, supporting and inspiring learning support groups and creative groups. Through creative groups and learning support groups, children develop their creativity, enhance their autonomy and develop their language system. 

The Culture Lab hosts educational programmes for school classes and other groups of children and aims to inform and raise awareness about their rights. 

The Culture Lab operates the Children’s Lending Library, which includes 8000 titles of children’s and adolescent’s books, including foreign and bilingual books. As part of the Library’s activities, many authors visit and carry out activities with their books and literacy groups for children are implemented, with a variety of topics. 

Participation/referral information

To participate in the Culture Lab programs, contact the Network for Children’s Rights.

Culture Lab – Children’s Lending Library 
Alkamenous 11b 
10439 Athens 
Tel. +30 210 88 46 590 

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