Me Alla Matia live: National Disability Action Plan: Questions & Answers

➥ What do we really know about our country’s National Disability Strategy?
➥ Do the innovations of the National Action Plan on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities touch every aspect of the daily lives of persons with disabilities and their families?
➥ What has really changed in recent years in Greece for people with disabilities?
➥ Expectations, hopes and demands in the field of the daily struggle for inclusion and accessibility in our country

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The moderator and host of the show, Vangelis Avgoulas, discusses with:

◊ Georgios Gerapetritis, Minister of State
◊ Ioannis Vardakastanis, President of the National Confederation of People with Disabilities (NCDP).

The following representatives of disability organisations from all over Greece will intervene, via video and in order of appearance, the following representatives of disability organisations from all over Greece:

◊ Konstantinos Simpsis, President – Federation of the Deaf of Greece
◊ Giorgos Stathis, President of the Association of Greek Sign Language Interpreters – Association of Greek Sign Language Interpreters.
◊ Athena Kritikou, Founder & President of SKEP – Association of Social Responsibility for Children and Youth
◊ Grigoris Polychronidis, President of the Greek Paralympians Association
◊ Christiana Zotou, AMYMONI Coordination Manager
◊ Vasilis Kalopisis, Head of Operations of the association To Petagma
◊ Vassilis Kasimatis, Director of the DOWN HELLAS SYNDROME SYLLOGUE
◊ Dimitris Abatzis, President of the Association of Disabled People of Ilion
◊ Aliki Vryenniou, Public & International Relations Advisor, Panhellenic Federation of People with Multiple Sclerosis

Throughout the show the audience participates live through the social media of!

Interpretation in Greek Sign Language by HandsUp, with the interpreters Manouella Kagiopoulou and George Stathis

Here with SDH subtitles by ATLAS E.P. and Dr. Emm Patiniotaki

The programme is made possible with the support of the non-profit journalism organisation iMEdD (incubator for Media Education and Development).