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The aim of the project is to provide more possibilities for
physical activity, commuting, social interaction and skills learning by
providing bicycles, but also methodology and partnerships for cycling and bike-mechanics lessons, bicycle
stations and bike-sharing system
for the refugees.
Greenways SCE started in November 2015 the project “Learn how to cycle with safety : Women with immigrant or refugee background” that and has has been selected from ISCA (International Sport and Culture Association) under MOVE Quality project for initiatives which inspire more people to be physically active from hard-to-reach populations. In this on going 12-month long development process , a Theory Of Change has been created with the participation of Municipality of Thessaloniki and Ergani NGO and with the consultations from ISCA staff, from external experts in relevant fields and from an advisory board in order to develop a shared understanding of the project, for Monitoring and Evaluation and for the communication with external and internal stakeholders among others.
- Georgios Farfaras
- Campaign Owner
Visiting Ancient Olympia #BikeForEurope #WithRefugees #FaceForward #IntoMyHouseUpdate posted by Georgios Farfaras at 12:55 pm
Promoting our #BikeForEurope cross border cycling tour In September from Thessaloniki to Vienna as part of The South Team and meet The North Team who cycle from The Netherlands. #withrefugees is our phrase to emphasize. Last week we visited Archaeological Museum of Olympia for the opening of exhibition by the
Donate your cycling Kms for a good cause!Update posted by Georgios Farfaras at 11:47 am
The Bike for Europe Kilometer Donation Challenge aims at collecting 3 million biking kilometers to donate 100 bicycles to those in need.The idea is to bring Europe and its citizens working together to show their support for a more united Europe through cycling. This selfless campaign has set itself the. . . . .
Lagkadikia Refugee CampUpdate posted by Georgios Farfaras at 01:13 pm
Greece has been the main entry point for the more than one million mixed migrants arriving to Europe in 2015. The large majority of those arriving are from refugee producing countries, such as Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. More than 800,000 persons have arrived to the shores of Greek islands, overwhelming. . . . .