Greece - Non-Governmental Organisations

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  • Access Guide by the Greek National Confederation of Persons with Disabilities

    The website provides information accessibility for all tourist areas and recreational activity in the prefectures of Greece, such as: hotels, fast food, restaurants, clubs, cafes, Clubs, entertainment centres, theaters, cinemas, supermarkets, shopping centers, beaches and organized bathing places, museums and archaeological sites, churches, monasteries, other places of worship, sports facilities, airports and other infrastructures, festivals and events, organisations of disabled people, hospitals, health services. A printed version of the Guide is distributed free of charge by the National Confederation of Persons with Disabilities: ΕL. VΕΝΙΖΕLΟU 236, 16341 ILIOUPOLI, ATHENS Τel. +30 210 9949837 Fax, +30 210 5238967 E–mail: The Website and Guide are only available in Greek.

  • Autonomia Expo

    Website of the annual Greek celebration of disability, technology, aesthetics and culture, organized by DISABILITY NOW on a yearly basis, in May, at the most accessible place in Athens, the Stadium of Peace and Friendship! The 2009 event will be held on the 15th, 16th and 17th of May.

  • UNESCO Club Serron

    The UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations are groups of volunteers of different ages and socio-professional status who become militants in the service of UNESCO’s ideals. These Clubs take up a position on global problems with local repercussions and thus contribute to the process of reflection on social priorities. This movement attests to the ever-increasing role of civil society throughout the world and the influence that citizens can exert on socio-economic decision-makers. The 3,600 or so Clubs, spread over 90 countries, have three main functions: training, information and action.

  • Disability NOW

    Disability NOW is a supportive non-profit organization. All the contributors of Disability NOW are unpaid volunteers. The aim of Disability NOW is to produce and distribute all available information on disabilities as well as to empower the Greeks with disabilities with the appropriate technical knowledge and skills to manage their needs and to reconstruct their lives.

  • 50 Plus

    This Greek website deals with a range of issues associated with the 50+ age group.