The cultural sector has the capacity to be both a source of European identity and the setting for the development of innovative activities that boost job creation. European and national political authorities are aware of the need to resolve the unemployment problem which has become of vital importance to European integration. The cultural sector covers a wide range of economic and industrial activities. It includes activities connected with heritage, literature, press, music, entertainment arts, media and the audiovisual sector. This project payed attention to the importance of cultural and historical heritage of European countries. Young people were able to find out the job opportunities about culture. At first local regions then around Europe, the youth can now create new jobs innovatively based on cultural and historical heritage.
C1 Meeting November 2019 Eleftheroupolis, Kavala, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece.
Address: Terma P. Kountourioti Region: GR11 East Macedonia and Thrace Post Code: 64100 Eleftheroupolis, Greece Website: gym-elefth.kav.sch.gr
Our secondary school welcomes almost 400 students from the city of Eleftheroupolis, but also from the surrounding villages, because it is the only local secondary school. Our area is rural. Most of the people live in small villages, they live on agriculture and livestock. We are a well-equipped school with computer labs, library, a stadium, projection rooms, chemistry and physics labs, a technology workshop, etc. The foreign languages which are taught are English, French and German. We provide special classes to pupils with special educational needs (dyslexia, behavioral problems), as well as to pupils who have an athletic talent. Each year, we are involved in many educational and environmental and sports competitions.