Intercultural and inclusive courses in WELCOMMON HOSTEL open to all: locals, tourists, refugees, volunteers

By July 12, 2019Actions

Anemos Ananeosis / Wind of Renewal reorganised and started new volunteering projects in our innovative WELCOMMON HOSTEL, which are more inclusive and offer intercultural courses for all: refugees, locals, migrants, volunteers, tourists. “Learn and teach”, is our new moto. The summer schedule started on 4/7/2019 and will be finished by the end of September 2019. The projects are realized with the participation and contribution of many volunteers from all over the world and are in partnership with Humantity Crew, AIESEC as well as with many individuals. Since 2016, Anemos Ananeosis has collaborated with more than 300 volunteers, 30 NGOs and many universities. Be a teacher and at the same time a pupil. We learn from each other.

  

We are offering a great selection of educational courses: language lessons (English, French, Chinese, Turkish etc), painting, photography, drama, music etc and we offer the opportunity to volunteers and our guests/visitors to organize in collaboration with Anemos Ananeosis / Wind of Renewal and the WELCOMMON HOSTEL many intercultural events “knowing better each other like (Greek, USA, Italian, Indian, Ukraine, Pakistan, Scandinavian, Chinese, French… Nights). There are people from all over the world they would like to know better other cultures. Let’s do it together. WELCOMMON HOSTEL means WELCOME in COMMON.

Please have a look at the reception’s board

   

or here www.facebook.com/welcommonhostel

and here  www.facebook.com/daysofwelcommon

or send an email to windofrenewal@gmail.com

  

Stay tuned, Anemos Ananeosis / Wind of Renewal will announce soon the official beginning of its European Solidarity Corps‘ project “Green and Social Innovation for youth” (17.8.2019 until 2021)

Stay connected because there are many events and intercultural nights scheduled throughout the summer in our innovative WELCOMMON HOSTEL

Would you like to support our social and ecological projects?

Although we are very active and try to make our social cooperative and our WELCOMMON Hostel financial sustainable, in order to be able to support our social and ecological projects, we are still in a very difficult financial situation and therefore we are looking for donations and support. Maybe you could contribute to our campaigns. If you like what we are doing, then please:

  • Donate 10, 50, 100, 200, 500 euro (here is our fund raising campaign
    https://gogetfunding.com/save-welcommon/
  • Become a supporter and backer and invite your networks and friends to do the same. If they can donate even a small amount, it is great but most important is  – in order to succeed in our campaign – many persons to support it and become backers. Have a look here how one can do it

Our schedule for the summer

JULY – AUGUST 2019

FRENCH

Beginner’s French: an introductory French class that teaches the very basics, from greetings to creating simple sentences

Mondays, 12.00-14.00

Tuesdays, 12.00-14.00

Wednesday 10.00-12.00

ENGLISH 

Advanced English: an English class that teaches the more complicated aspects of grammar. It is themed towards the professional world, simulating things like job applications and interviews

Beginner’s English: an English class that teaches the very basics of English, like how to form ideas while speaking and writing.

ITALIAN

Tuesdays, 16.00-18.00

Thursdays, 16.00-18.00

Basic level class for beginners, about both culture and language. It will be useful for those that wish to only have a taste of it, but also for limited and short conversations, especially for tourism

CHINESE

Tuesdays 12.00-14.00

Thursdays 12.00-14.00

NEWS and HISTORY A class that combines recent events in the news with historical events in the past to analyze the connection of events that still affect our world.

HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS: Mondays, 10.00-12.00. An interactive class, created with the goal of giving students a better understanding of what Human Rights are, through discovering their history, finding out how they are today, and relating such with the students own experiences.

HISTORY & NEWSA class for those who wish to know more about news, both by understanding why we talk about certain facts in a certain way and how to discern real news and reliable news outlets, all of this with discussion and sharing of opinions as a vehicle

CREATIVE WRITINGThis class is a mixture, it will both involve the development of writing abilities in the most expressive and free way, and it will also help by giving starting tips on how to write for journalism, how to quote, or do interviews.

STORYTELLING   Mondays, 22/07-05/08: 13.00-14.00

PHOTOGRAPHY  Thursdays, 14.00-16.00

MUSIC 15/07 -05/08, Mondays: 12.00-13.00

DRAMA (4-25/7)

Tuesdays, 10.00-12.00, and 14.00-16.00

Wednesdays, 12.00-14.00

Fridays, 16.00 – 18.00

PAINTING IN AUGUST and beyond

4-25/7 Wednesdays, 14.00-16.00

12/08 until 30/10, Every day 12.00-14.00

@Photos Nikos Chrysogelos, Bailey Marshall
 Photo of the first page by @JetterHalle

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