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The European Anti-Violence Network is organizing a two-day event on 10-11 June 2023, aiming to raise public awareness about domestic violence against women, sexual violence and their relationship with our patriarchally structured society.

  • Date: 11/6/2023 07:57 PM - 11/6/2023 10:57 PM
  • Location Athens, Greece (Map)
  • More Info: Baumstrasse / Δρόμος με Δέντρα


The action is implemented in the framework of the #MeNow_MeToo ( initiative in collaboration with Olympic champion Sofia Bekatorou.

During the exhibition, there will be a book presentation titled "Her Voice," by the feminist women writer group, Her Voice. Sissy Doutsiou will be reading parts of her story, including those featured in the book with the title "The Tanner."

Through works of art, speeches, theatrical events and workshops, the aim of the European Anti-Violence Network is to raise concerns and narrate stories of women or artists who want to present them through art and visual creation.

More than 20 artists participate in the exhibition with works of art (paintings, photographs, theatrical events, etc.). In the exhibition area there will also be a bazaar with handmade items of women survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual violence as well as volunteers of the European Anti-Violence Network.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 13.30 to 21.30. Admission is free. Saturday and Sunday afternoons there will be events (speeches, theatrical performances, discussion)
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The proceeds will be donated for the purposes of the European Anti-Violence Network and to cover the costs of legal support for women and/or children who have suffered abuse.

Artistic curator: Gerontakos Vassilis

Visual artists (alphabetically): Evmorfia Valla, Dimitris Vlaikos, Stavroula Geriki, Ioanna Georgopoulou, Valentina Giannakopoulou, Anastasia Giannoulaki, Kosmas Dalaklis, Electra Etairidou, Angelina Zoumbouli, Maria Zygouri, Georgia Kosmatopoulou, Konstantinos Kalfountzos, Dora Kotsi-Felitsi, Emmanouil Lapidakis, Mary Kyraki, Aikaterini Mavroudi, Panagiotis Xoulogis, Angeliki Panagoiliopoulou, Christina Papatoli, Nena Pollaki, Chrysoula Skepetzi, Vicky Skotida, Maria Tsouknaki, Ariadni Fytopoulou, Georgia Chantzis, Alexandra Christakopoulou and the theatrical group "She and Them" (Eleni Alifragki, Spyros Anastasinis, Tassos Halas, Andreas Psyllias)