Cities of Black Coal – Looking for a New Light


Για το σχολικό έτος 2019-20 εγκρίθηκε από το ίδρυμα European For Peace το eTwinning project Cities of black coal – looking for a new light (Οι πόλεις με ορυχεία αναζητούν νέο προσανατολισμό).

Συνεργάζονται τα σχολεία – Partner schools

  • Berufskolleg Tecklenburger Land des Kreises Steinfurt, Ibbenbüren, Germany με συντονίστρια τη Sandra Frommeyer και το
  • 2ο Γενικό Λύκειο Αλιβερίου με συντονίστρια τη Λίτσα Γλάρου.

Το έργο περιλαμβάνει ανταλλαγή 13 μαθητών μεταξύ των δύο χωρών. Στο πλαίσιο διαβούλευσης των στόχων του έργου πραγματοποιήθηκε στη Βαϊμάρη της Γερμανίας τετραήμερο συνέδριο 17-20 Μαΐου 2019 όπου συμμετείχαν οι δύο συντονίστριες.


EUROPEANS FOR PEACE Consultation Seminar in
Weimar, 17-20 May 2019

Program PBS 2019



EUROPEANS FOR PEACE: Invitation to the Project Consultation Seminar 2019
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
We invite you to join the EUROPEANS FOR PEACE Consultation Seminar in
Weimar in order to jointly plan and enhance your projects with your partners.
This seminar offers the possibility to prepare the encounters in detail and to take part in various workshops regarding our topic “Diversity”
Revisiting the local history of Weimar (Buchenwald and Bauhaus) will also be part of our seminar program… The project leaders/contact persons from all countries of these partnership countries can attend the seminar. There are 4 places reserved for your project group. Ideally, each partner in the project is represented by at least one representative. If your transnational team needs more places you can send us your reasoned request.
This year the project consultation seminar is organized in cooperation with the European Youth Education and Meeting Centre in Weimar (EJBW) and takes place from Friday, May 17th until Monday, May 20th, at the EJBW in Weimar.

Yours sincerely

Presentation Weimar

Our project poster




Press Release – Δελτίο Τύπου

Καθηγήτρια από το 2ο Λύκειο Αλιβέριου σε σεμινάριο στη Γερμανία

Σεμινάριο με θέμα «Ευρωπαίοι για την Ειρήνη 2019

Στην Βαϊμάρη, την πόλη όπου έζησαν ο Γκαίτε και ο Σίλερ, οι μαθητές του 2ου ΓΕΛ Αλιβερίου

Weimar is a city in central Germany. Together with the neighbour-cities Erfurt and Jena it forms the central metropolitan area of Thuringia with approximately 500,000 inhabitants, whereas the city itself counts a population of 65,000. Weimar is well known because of its large cultural heritage and its importance in German history. It’s the birthplace of Weimar Classicism, a humanistic cultural movement. The Goethe & Schiller Monument in front of the German National Theater celebrates the two writers, who lived in the city. Goethe’s baroque residence is now the Goethe National Museum. The Schiller Museum is adjacent to the writer’s home. In the 19th century, famous composers like Franz Liszt made Weimar a music centre and later, artists and architects like Henry van de Velde, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger and Walter Gropius came to the city and founded the Bauhaus movement, the most important German design school of the interwar period. Bauhaus Museum in Weimar has works by the architect Walter Gropius.