Symplexis at the “EU Funding A to Ω” training seminar
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Symplexis at the “EU Funding A to Ω” training seminar

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Symplexis’ General Manager George Alexopoulos participated at the “EU Funding A to Ω” Training seminar organized by the European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) in partnership with IEK…

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Tour2Include project kick-off meeting in Berlin, Germany
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Tour2Include project kick-off meeting in Berlin, Germany

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The kick-off meeting for the Erasmus+ project " Tour2Include", took place on November 14th in Berlin, where the consortium discussed the main objectives, outputs, and the first activities of the…

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Children First project kick-off meeting in Athens

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The kick-off meeting for "Children First" project took place on November 11th in Athens. "Children First" is an innovative initiative that aims to combat gender-based violence in teen relationships by…

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ICT4TCN project kick-off meeting in Athens

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Symplexis participated to the Kickoff meeting of ICT4TCN project held on 10 & 11 of October 2019 in Athens. The project aims at facilitating the access of third country nationals…

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DIONE: DIsmissal & unfavourable treatment of wOmen in the Greek workplace: Adopting an iNtegrated and systEmic approach of intervention

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Symplexis is part of the DIONE consortium which aims to address current and emerging challenges in terms of dismissal of women during and after pregnancy as well as unfavourable treatment…

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