The Women’s Union of Patras were welcomed with the face of great success for another consecutive time after campaigning the event “School Bullying- – Bullying” that took place at Patras first Active-Children Festival.
Like always, the largest philanthropic group in Southwest Greece, make an impact thanks to the successful unity and organization.
Amongst the honorable speakers was the well-known Private Researcher Mr. George Tsoukalis, who, in a moving and intimate speech shared with the public details of “Giakoumaki” and “Mehisvili” affair that left attendees in complete shock.
Mr. George Kalliakmanis, President of the Southeast Attica Police Staff Association and Organizing Secretary of POASY, was very realistic in explaining his brief but comprehensive role.
The president of the Greek Criminologists Ms. Erasmia Bitsika, Mrs. Alexandra Katsouli Nursing Psych, Psychologists and Criminologist, Mrs. Theoni Spathi Graduate of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business and Law School of the University of Athens, Mrs. Panagiota Makrsopoulou a teachers and criminologist, all proved that women scientists can provide the state their knowledge and assistance, and find themselves amongst the people persevering and making a difference.
School counselor Mrs. Agi Rogdaki, “Panou” schools, with the assistance of a young high school student, gave the event the powerful opportunity of being a discussion of substance rather than a hollow workshop.
The event was coordinated by well-known journalists Ms. Natasha Rayiou, who livened the conversational and urged attendees to ask questions and begin discussion.