Category: Projects

ERMES’ project and its webinars
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ERMES’ project and its webinars

Moment from ERMES’ project webinar The ERMES’ (Effective and Respectful Mental Health Support) team adapts the training program for community interpreters to the demands of the current circumstances and offers online education with the same quality, while covering the needs of all interpreters living and working in Greece. Thessaloniki has already joined our first webinar...

Sharing Heritage, Enhancing Cohesion
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Sharing Heritage, Enhancing Cohesion

Greek Forum of Refugees in participation with 8 partners will be working on a three – year Horizon 2020 project “Enhancing Social Cohesion through Sharing the Cultural Heritage of Forced Migrations” which will be referred to as SO – CLOSE. The mission of this project is to contribute to social cohesion and to fight refugee...

ERMES’ announcement
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ERMES’ announcement

The ERMES (Effective & Respective MEntal Health Support) team would like to warmly thank all of the participants that attended the program’s trainings that started last December. In particular, we would like to thank everyone who took part in the Greek sessions started in December, and everyone who took part in the English sessions this...

ERMES: Call for participants for a community interpreters training on Mental Health
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ERMES: Call for participants for a community interpreters training on Mental Health

The Greek Forum of Refugees invites cultural mediators and interpreters to the new ERMES’ (Effective & Respectful MEntal Health Support) series of trainings on mental health and the role of the interpreter in services provided to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. The new series of trainings will take place at the Greek Forum of Refugees’...

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ERMES: Effective & Respectful MEntal Health Support

The pilot of ERMES: Effective & Respectful MEntal Health support was launched in April 2018 and it aimed at involving qualified mediators in mental health care procedures to facilitate refugees’ access to these services and enhancing professionals’ practice when treating refugees. The pilot of the project was formed into two phases: In the first phase,...

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ERMES: Effective & Respectful MEntal Health Support

Τον Απρίλιο του 2018 ξεκινήσαμε πιλοτικά το πρόγραμμα ERMES: Effective & Respectful MEntal Health Support, ένα πρόγραμμα το οποίο έχει ως σκοπό να συμπεριλάβει έξειδικευμένους κοινοτικούς διερμηνείς στον τομέα της ψυχικής υγείας προκειμένου να διευκολύνουν την πρόσβαση προσφύγων, μεταναστών κι αιτούντων ασύλου σε αυτού του είδους τις υπηρεσίες. Ταυτόχρονα, το πρόγραμμα συμβάλλει στην αναβάθμιση του...

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MATCH begins (again) this season!

The MATCH begins, once again, for the 2019 – 2020 season and the Greek Forum of Refugees’ football team is getting ready for the upcoming challenges. Ready to compete, honoring the values of mutual respect, ready to play the game, ready to play in every MATCH. Coach Kennedy is setting his plans for the team,...

The MATCH never ends. Join the team!
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The MATCH never ends. Join the team!

MATCH Project in Greece was an opportunity to seek social inclusion through sports. The project, funded by Erasmus + , made us believe that neither language nor nationality could be a barrier to social inclusion. Our partners and friends from CESIE, have been, always, guiding us to perform the necessities of this idea as better...

ERMES : Effective & Respectful MEntal health Support
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ERMES : Effective & Respectful MEntal health Support

 For a Respectful and  Effective Approach to the Refugee Mental Health Issues through Mediation Duration April 2018 to October 2019                  Funded by   The Project The main goal of the project is to involve qualified mediators in mental health care procedures to facilitate refugees’ access to these services and enhance professionals’ practice when treating refugees....

Empowerment for Refugee Communities in Greece
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Empowerment for Refugee Communities in Greece

Duration June 2018 to November 2018                          Funded by  The Project The project revolves around two major components. First, a set of trainings is being held in order to provide appropriate means, tools and skills to several refugee communities’ members aiming at supporting and strengthening their empowerment. Improving their organization management and capacity-building remains a...

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