DIGNITY and WELL-BEING
A T H E N S 07 - 12 Mai 2018
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The Society of Social Psychiatry and Mental Health would like to invite you in the Athens Workshop 3 for the ERASMUS+ Project “DIGNITY & WELL-BEING: Exchange for changing”.
The programme of the Workshop is under construction. For the moment, please save the following dates with the basic organizational information/structure of Athens Workshop.
Arrival: Sunday, May 6
Working days: Monday, May 7, 09:00 to Friday May 11, 17:00
Departure: Friday late afternoon – Saturday May 12
With respect to the accommodation, we have checked for availability and prices at Hotel “Centrotel” (http://www.centrotel.gr/);
It is a hotel suggested by Luigi and budget afforded.
Many of you as we discussed in Florence, have already stayed there during the last visit of SMES-EUROPA in Athens (April 2016). It is located at the centre of Athens, in an area with refugees and homeless.
Please make your reservations as soon as possible, until Friday 9 March. The accommodation availability is very limited as May is already a high touristic period for Athens.
Please inform us for the reservation of your rooms.
In your communication with the hotel (email@example.com) put as a title “ERASMUS ROOMS”_ SOCIETY OF SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY.
In case you would prefer other accommodation option, please let us know to help.
Contact Person is Sofoulis. You can find him in firstname.lastname@example.org and +30210 9221739.
Please don’t hesitate to contact with Sofoulis if anything is not clear.
We are remaining at your disposal.
Athina, Vice President of the Society and Member of SMES-EUROPA Board
Panagiota, Niki, Sofoulis
& Mental Health
The Society of Social Psychiatry and
Mental Health is a non – profit, non –
governmental organization which was
founded in 1981, in order to provide
high quality psychiatric and
psychological support services to ensure
the population’s mental health and well
being. The Society undertakes community
sensitization activities and promotes
the prevention of mental health
problems, the early intervention, the
social inclusion and employment of
people with mental health problems,
advancing their human rights and equal