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Empowering citizens

At the School of OpenCohesion – GREECE

At the School of OpenCohesion Greece" is the pilot implementation of the Italian ASOC Project in the regions of Peloponnese, Ionian Islands and Thessaly. The stand presents the civic monitoring expedition of 11 school teams (219 students) on 11 EU-funded projects. Their work - including research design, journalistic articles with infographics, virtual project visit evidence and communication materials such as videos, and animation created by the students themselves, depicting their unique view on cohesion policy implementation, results and achievements in everyday life - will be presented

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Territorial scope Θεσσαλία / Thessalia, Ιόνια Νησιά / Ionia Nisia, Πελοπόννησος / Peloponnisos Partners Region of Ionian Islands, Region of Peloponnese, Region of Thessaly
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