Creative Europe 2014-2020

1/01/2019 - 31/12/2020

The project aims aims at enhancing and exchanging best cinema literacy practices among experienced institutions (British Film Institute, Danish Film Institute, Vision Kino, La Cinematheque Française) and countries of central, east and south countries of Europe.

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Erasmus+ project

01/01/2019 - 01/01/2021

Karpos is part of a new project, Get the Trolls Out, that aims to fight hate rhetoric in media targeting people because of their religious beliefs. The organization that leads the project is Media Diversity Institute (UK) and five other organizations from Belgium, Germany, France and Hungary are part of it with us.

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Erasmus+ project

1/09/2018 - 31/05/2021

Women in the Media is a European project that aims to empower women and make the tv and film industry more accessible to them. Karpos is one of the 6 partners in the project. The other partners are from UK, France, Czech Republic, Estonia and Bulgaria.

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STEAMulate Your School

Erasmus+ project

01/09/2019 - 31/12/2021

«STEAMulate Your School» is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, and wants to to support teachers and students in acquiring and developing basic skills and key competences through the STEAM education.

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Erasmus+ project

1/10/2018 - 31/12/2019

Karpos with GVC Gruppo di Volontariato Civile, the Municipality of Bologna and a network of European Ngos, are launching the #MigraTed project in five member Countries of the European Union. Involving teachers, young students and workers, citizens and refugees in a digital awareness raising campaign aiming to promote cultural diversity, inclusion and hospitality in Europe.

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Rights, Equality and Citizenship project

1/01/2017 έως 30/12/2019

Silence Hate, Changing words changes the world is co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union. The general objective of the project is to combat and prevent online hate speech against migrants and refugees by developing new and creative counter-narratives. The most effective way to tacklehatred is througheducation and debate.

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Erasmus+ project

1/09/2016 - 31/8/2019

Karpos is a partner at this Erasmus+ project. The project aims the testing and implementation of innovative methodologies and practices in the field of education, in secondary schools of 8 European countries. Our main objective is to value media literacy of students, their competences developed out of schools, their engagement in active citizenship and to promote young creativity through the development of "Digital Ateliers".

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Erasmus+ project

1/01/2017 - 30/06/2018

Creating a common Media Literacy Standard: EMELS, is a network of media literacy focused organisations in 7 countries, which learn from each other, exchange experiences but especially prepare an innovative media literacy training programme: European Media Literacy Standard for Youth Workers. Our leader partners are from Fundacja Nowoczesna Polska, in Poland.

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Erasmus+/KA2 project

2014 - 2016

Suppose you are asked to create, together with your friends, a short drama or a short video in order to show to others elements of your own culture that you, as a group, consider important for your lives now. What would you choose to record and to share with others?”



FLAG - Film Education Framework for Europe

January 2015

Based on the EC funded research report Screening Literacy (2012), across 32 European countries, a Working Group is established to create a common set of approaches and understandings for the appreciation of film as an art form, critical understanding, access to national heritage, world cinema and popular film as well as creative film-making skills. The intention of the Working Group is to build the Framework out of the excellent work that is happening across Europe, with the aim of ultimately benefiting young audiences and the wider European film industry.



A Youth Programme of the E.U

Apare France 2013

A Youth Programme of the E.U., supports a group of young Europeans in developing an awareness-raising campaign on the future of European coastline. Participants take part to several hands-on activities, in Italy, Greece, France and in the UK. Karpos participates as Media Expert and will animate two workshops, one in Greece (30-31 May 2013 ): “Using new technologies for an awareness-raising campaign” and one in France (18-22 September) " Documentary making".


Τurkey 2012

North Aegean Narratives is a cross-cultural project designed to contribute to the mutual understanding between Turkey and Greece, and to interconnect two communities at a local level through collaborative works of Turkish and Greek media artists. 16 media artists, eight from each country, have collaborated to produce 16 short creative documentaries drawing on the main theme “Rethinking Closeness and Apartness– Reconnecting with the Other Side”, and reflecting on narratives such as culture, gender, environment, religion, and tradition. We were responsible for co-designing the creative documentary workshop for the 16 artists.



Europe for Citizens 2008

Karpos is collaborating as media consultant and technical adviser in this project developed in the framework of the EU Program "Europe for Citizen". This project gave the opportunity to 16 women from Europe, acting locally for the environment, to produce their own "video-portrait".