KMOP – the Social Action and Innovation Centre – is one of the oldest civil society organisations in Greece, with 45 years of experience in direct provision of social services and implementation of social initiatives in supporting vulnerable individuals. -The organisation has recently established an international presence and operates permanent offices in Athens, Thessaloniki, Brussels and Skopje. It is dedicated to making a positive social impact through research and innovative initiatives that address critical social issues, inform public debate and help shape policy, nationally and internationally. Its mission is to contribute to effective social policy design and to lead impactful programmes that promote individual wellbeing, reduce inequalities, eliminate vulnerabilities, and foster inclusive and sustainable social growth.

Focus areas

social inclusion and cohesion
democracy and civic participation
employment and social economy
health promotion and wellbeing
security and radicalization
gender equality
children’s rights
victims’ support and human trafficking
discrimination and intolerance.

In the mission to promote social progress through education, the KMOP Education Hub has developed a range of educational programmes for individuals and businesses, helping them to navigate their social ecosystem towards achieving their goals and contributing to a more inclusive and sustainable future. Our educational programmes seek to foster social progress through four different but interlinked purposes.

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