Europe: Elena Kountoura- a Member of the European Parliament, attended the open event focusing on the elimination of violence against women organized by NE SYRIZA-PS Eastern Attica and the five local SYRIZA -PS Acharnon Member Organizations.
MEP Kountoura stated, “We put a STOP to Violence Against Women, open event – discussion focusing on the elimination of violence against women is organized by NE SYRIZA-PS Eastern Attica and the five local SYRIZA -PS Acharnon Member Organizations.”
It aimed to inform the local community about the plague of nation race violence, which is on the rise, and for its complete proposal, SYRIZA-PS to address it on Friday, December 16, at 6 pm, at Acharnon Town Hall.
She also attended the panel of today’s extraordinary event of OM SYRIZA-PS Megara on “Civil Violence” with Psychologist-Social Worker Spyros Saundis and Professor of the University of Western Attica Lilian Antoniou, where she informed about her work at E E in the protection of women and children victims of domestic violence, prevention and the need for a change of mindset to eliminate domestic violence from its root.
The key priorities on road safety in the European Union were presented by SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance MEP Elena Kountoura as a speaker at the start of the EU Road Safety Results Commission 2022 conference in Brussels.
She met at the European Parliament with WTTC World Travel and Tourism Council President and CEO Julia Simpson and Vice President Virginia Messina.
They discussed the outcome of the WTTC World Summit in Riyadh, where MEP Elena Kountoura participated as a guest speaker, global actions on sustainability in tourism and the role of the STGC Centre, and new plans and initiatives of the WTTC at the NA of Europe.
At the “Elimination of Violence Against Women” event of NE SYRIZA-PS Northern Athens in Chalandri with Angeliki Papazoglou, Anneta Kavvadia, Spyros Lappa, Kiki Petroulakis, Panos Skourletis and Olga Stefou, where she talked about Europe my strong interventions in the protection of women and children victims of violence and the need for a radical mindset change.