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Karpos - Center of Education and Intercultural Communication develops local and European projects encouraging expression and the exchange of views and creative ideas through the use of media. We strongly believe that, in a society where images surround us, these tools can empower both young and adult citizens to participate in social transactions and bring forward their own alternative voices. We specialise in how media, image and sound can develop narratives and how they can be introduced in educational environments.

 

News
YouthDOCs 2016
25 April 2016

KARPOS participates in the Greek-Turkish Erasmus+ Program 'YouthDOCs'.

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My opinion 2015
18 November 2015

Student films are being screened nation-wide in the schools and the students criticize them in small groups.

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Teenagers' Parliament
23 September 2015

In July we had the opportunity to work together with the members of the "Teenager's Greek Parliament" for a 3-day workshop of photostory and animation.

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FILM LITERACY ADVISORY GROUP
09 July 2015
The recommendations for a European film literacy curriculum were launched in Paris on the 19th of June. Our team of 25 film, media and learning experts concluded in a nicely published document by the BFI.   read more ...

YouthDocs
09 July 2015

Our last meeting in Istanbul during the YouthDocs prrogram.

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MEDIA MEETS LITERACY
09 July 2015
During the Media Meets Literacy conference in Warsaw we presented how we work with flexibility in Media Literacy during the Crisis.    read more ...

Teacher Training in Thessaloniki
13 May 2015
KARPOS visited Thessaloniki for four teacher training sessions in cooperation with Anatolia College. 65 educators were introduced in Media Education.   read more ...

Activities in schools
13 May 2015

This year KARPOS visited 21 schools around Attica. More than 500 students, 4-18 years old, participated in our media workshops. 

 

YouthDocs
22 December 2014

Cooperation between Turkish and Greek schools with the support of ERASMUS+. The students express their identity through video and drama.

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