On Wednesday 21st of October the group began a new circle of discussions. "What does Education mean to us?" We started to explore the different views, ideas and notions that each of us can give to "Education". A lot of different aspects of the term were given and the things that we discussed ranged from … Continue reading Things are moving for the “Creative Bloggers”
During the last two "Creative Bloggers" workshops, we discussed about the positive and negative aspects of living in Athens. Because Athens is a metropolis and still has no super-hero, the young people participating in the workshop started creating one who will protect the city and its population. If you want to see what the super-hero will look like, … Continue reading “Creative Bloggers” keep creating…!
After a ministry announcement, Velos was forced to close the youth center on the 12th of March due to the threat of Covid-19. Despite the fact that this decision disrupted the daily activities, schedule and routine of both Velos Youth and the young people coming to Velos, it was a necessary measure to ensure the safety, … Continue reading Velos Youth goes online
After her three-week volunteering experience at Velos Youth, Alex, a member of our partners Omprakash, has written a strong blog post titled "Re-imagining Our Communities During the Covid-19 Pandemic". Drawing from her experience at our day centre, she explores how community borders are strengthened during this period of uncertainty, but also how spaces like Velos … Continue reading Blog post by our former volunteer
As a safe space for young people, Velos Youth aims to support those who visit us holistically. For many, we are a "home away from home" and a place to escape. However, we recognise how important support and guidance on material and procedural matters is too! Our Youth Work team aims to provide the support … Continue reading Receiving support at Velos