ACS Athens receives a triple honor at UNESCO with the IFIP Global Inclusion Awards for our Youth to Youth Educational and Social Integration Program, the Optimal Learning Program for meeting diverse learner needs, and the KOINONOS homeless project! This recognition underscores our unwavering dedication to fostering inclusion and diversity in our community and beyond.

For the Youth-to-Youth Program, recognition goes to the late Stefanos Gialamas for his vision, Julia Tokatlidou for her continuous dedication to making the program successful, and Sofia Kouvelaki for our collaboration with The HOME Project Organization and her inspiring work. For the OLP program, recognition goes to Chris Perakis, who created the program with support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Sarah Kaldeli, and the entire OLP team. For the KOINONOS project, recognition goes to its founder Lydia Pinirou for her steadfast commitment, Evelyn Pittas, for her unwavering support of such student projects, and Konstantinos Chasiotis, for continuing the work.  

Winning the UNESCO IFIP Global Inclusion Award not only acknowledges ACS Athens' outstanding initiatives but also serves as an inspiration for institutions worldwide. It underscores the transformative power of education in promoting understanding, empathy, and unity across diverse communities.

A proud moment for ACS Athens. Together, we make a meaningful impact, creating positive change for generations to come.