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21η Μαρτίου: Παγκόσμια Ημέρα για την Εξάλειψη των Φυλετικών Διακρίσεων

  Ανακοίνωση – Future Worlds Center   Την 21η Μαρτίου καλούμαστε παγκόσμια να ενώσουμε τις φωνές μας ενάντια στο ρατσισμό, τiς φυλετικές διακρίσεις και την ξενοφοβία. Ανακηρύχτηκε ως Παγκόσμια Ημέρα για την εξάλειψη όλων των μορφών των φυλετικών διακρίσεων από τον ΟΗΕ το 1966, με αφορμή την σφαγή 69 ανθρώπων που διαδήλωναν ενάντια στο καθεστώς … Continue reading

Women’s Empowerment Group 2015

Eleven women joined their powers and for eleven weeks they met consistently and created the most powerful Women’s Empowerment Group by now. The purpose of the Group was to empower female refugees through  personal and social development. This was achieved through solid interactions among the members of the group, but also through the sharing of … Continue reading

Capacity Building Workshop (Saturday 05/12/2015- Sunday 06/12/2015)

  A two-day ‘Capacity Building’ workshop for refugees and asylum seekers was organized last weekend, Saturday December 5th and Sunday December 6th, by Future Worlds Center. As part of our empowerment work with individuals and organised groups of asylum seekers we aim to promote the refugees’ participation in the public sphere and their participation in public decision-making procedures that affect them. … Continue reading

Greek Language Lessons!

We are very happy to announce the beginning of Greek Language Lessons in our offices! The lessons are aim to provide refugees with the confidence, skills and tools required to enable them to effectively communicate in Greek Language. Our two amazing teachers have the skills, dedication and patience to help them along the way. Lessons … Continue reading

Conference of FWC: Refugee Crisis: Developments and the situation in Cyprus

The conference ”Refugee Crisis: Developments and the situation in Cyprus” took place on the 16th of November at the EU House in Nicosia. The conference was organized by Future Worlds Center under the auspices of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Cyprus. There was a large and diverse attendance that stimulated the … Continue reading

New clothing storage room at the Kofinou Reception Center

***** It’s finally done!! Yesterday, after herculean efforts, we finished organising and setting up the clothing storage room at the Kofinou Reception Centre. The storage room, as you can see from the pictures below (before and after), will host all donations received in the previous months and all donations that will be made in the … Continue reading

Home Work Project

  Last week we started a new project. The Home Work Project was set up to help refugee children with their homework and also with extra Greek lessons. The project runs with the valuable help of Arab-Greek speaking volunteers that devote some of their time to assist the children and provide them with more opportunities … Continue reading

13 Powerful Films about Refugees You Need To See

  As recent global headlines attest, we’re in the middle of a global refugee crisis. Right now, there are some 60 million people displaced from their homes .We’re living in what many call “the age of the refugee.” So here are thirteen films and documentaries about the refugee and asylum seeker experience. Films and documentaries … Continue reading

ECRE Annual Conference 2015 – With winter approaching ECRE urgently calls on Europe to act

The Annual General Conference of the European Council for Refugees (ECRE) took place the past week in The Hague. Future Worlds Center (FWC) is an active member of ECRE and participated in the three days of the conference. Apart from workshops and discussions, the conference included the General Assembly of the Council, where members voted … Continue reading

SDDP Co-laboratory (Saturday 03/10/2015 – Sunday 04/10/2015 )

  Our two day co-laboratory using the effective method ‘Structured Democratic Dialogue Process’ (SDDP) took place at the FWC’s offices on Saturday, October 3rd  and Sunday, October 4th. The co-laboratory occurred under the project “Improvement of the Situation of Asylum Seekers in Cyprus” funded by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Nicosia. The … Continue reading