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Newsletter HELIOS July-September 2022

HELIOS Project is an integration project funded by the Ministry of Migration and Asylum and implemented by the International Organization for Migration, that promotes the integration and self-reliance of beneficiaries of international protection.

July – September Newsletter of HELIOS just launched:

-Discovering nature under Home River Bioblitz in Aoos River in Ioannina

-Introducing Children to Human Rights in Larissa

-Training on Anti-trafficking in Paionia

-Integration through Music in Karditsa

-Bringing people together along “a journey of flavors” in Thessaloniki

-Re-imagining the city of Karditsa

-“Moving faster than Melanoma” in Thessaloniki

-Exploring employment opportunities with Cooperative Pindos

-Opening doors with the Agricultural Cooperatives in Ierapetra

-Job Fair in Lesvos

-Addressing stress management and promoting wellbeing

Highlight: Bringing people together along “a journey of flavors” in Thessaloniki

Bringing people together along “a journey of flavors” in Thessaloniki. Refugees, migrants, and locals enjoyed a meal with flavors from Ukraine, Yemen, Afghanistan and Greece during an event that was hosted at the Townhall of Thessaloniki in the framework of the 10th Multilingualism Festival. The initiative was coordinated by HELIOS, in collaboration with the students of the Culinary-Pastry School “La Chef LEVI”, the Migrants and Refugees Integration Council (MRIC) and the Migrants Integration Center (MIC) of the Municipality of Thessaloniki. HELIOS beneficiaries prepared this “journey of flavors” which created a unique experience for attendees. Common ingredients, techniques and flavors combined with the diverse cultures and culinary traditions brought participants closer together while they enjoyed a great meal in a social and playful atmosphere.

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