New seminars: Managing Family Life and Work
A week dedicated to Managing Family Life and Work
Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality & Diversity, under the Employability project “Worldplaces-Workplaces Working with Migrant Women”, is organising a week dedicated to women of migrant background residing in Athens and management of family life and work.
If you are a mother or wish to be one some day and, at the same time, want to be an active member in the Greek labour market, these are the seminars for you!
At the end of March, we will have the opportunity to learn all we need on coping with financial responsibilities when living and working in Greece, and, on the other hand, how to better balance between motherhood and work responsibilities.
Monday, 27 March, 10.30 a.m.
Duration: 2 hours
“Family Roles and how to cope with stress” seminar
Family roles can affect our work life and our stress level. With Mrs. Adamantia Kotsoglanidi, Social Worker and Psychotherapist at the NGO Openous, we speak about roles in the family and the skills required to exercise them, but also how to cope with the stress caused by combining work and family life.
*The partners/husbands of interested women are welcomed to join this seminar to discuss together matters that affect family life.
Tuesday, 28 March, 10.30 a.m.
Duration: 2 hours
“The Essentials for a Better Financial Management When Living in Greece” seminar
This seminar will focus on how we can achieve a better financial management by being aware of what living costs and financial obligations in Greece.
- Living costs in Athens and what they involve
- How to better plan our monthly budget
- What is our obligation in terms of tax declaration
- And many others to help us be better prepared
The seminar will be facilitated by Mrs. Maria Lykousi, Career & Executive Coach at the NGO Openous.
Friday, 31 March, 10.00 a.m.
Duration: 3 hours
“Work-Life Balance” Empowerment seminar
Motherhood and work: how can these two important parts of our life be balanced successfully? This seminar addresses the needs of women who are mothers or would like to have at some point a family and who also want to have a satisfying job which also provides them with financial independence.
Two women professionals with expertise in psycho-social support and empowerment of families, mothers and children of migrant background, focus, with the collaboration of the participants, on the challenges of employment and motherhood, finding solutions and using the support network available to a mother.
Register to the programme today and benefit from this seminar and all the other proposed activities. For more information, please contact k.kapni[email protected] or send a message to 694 3643025 (whatsapp number).