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Plomari on the south coast of Lesvos, there are only a few tourists, so its a nice and quiet place to study the small fishermens work in the harbour.
Wasser-Klang-Exkursion Lesbos Singend, tanzend, floatend, meditierend und wandernd den griechischen Sommer heilsam erleben-Aktive Griechenland Direkthilfe -- win win Projekt --für die Bevölkerung von Lesbos und gestresste Europäer -- Selbsterfahrung und Heilung. und lichtvoll in die Neuen Zeit hinein schwingen mit Christian Bollmann & Jutta Reichardt www.lichthaus-musik.de ch.bollmann at gmx.de Tel/Fax/AB 02293-7031 07.-14.08.2013 www.lichthaus-musik.de Wir laden Sie herzlich ein zu einer außergewöhnliche und erholsame Erlebniswoche zum Thema Schwingung, Klang und Heilkunst mit uns zu verbringen. Wir werden Sie täglich mit Körper-, Atem-, Stimm und Energieübungen in die belebenden und zentrierenden Klangräume des meditativen und dynamischen Singens führen und begleiten. Wir werden gem...
Migrants fleeing the Middle East envision Lesbos, Greece, as a springboard to new lives, but many find themselves stuck on the island for months, living in bleak conditions, and unable to get help for mental health problems. As concerns about their psychological well-being grow, the EU has been accused of turning a blind eye to the problem. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
More than 60 Amnesty activists from 20 countries came together in Lesvos in July 2013 to call on the EU and European countries to stop turning a blind eye to the abuse happening at Europe's borders. With a public action on the island they demanded an immediate end to push-backs. The Greek authorities are pushing back boats of refugees and migrants, putting lives at risk. No more push-backs! Act now: http://www.whenyoudontexist.eu/greece-stop-putting-lives-at-risk-no-more-push-backs-actions/ Video: Giorgos Moutafis Music: L'autre endroit by Silence
This case study highlights how Greece's Rural Development Programme is using EU funds to help farmers continue to operate in areas that suffer from 'natural handicaps'. The financial support not only helps to maintain livelihoods within rural communities but it also generates multiplier effects concerning the conservation of cultural landscapes.
This documentary takes us to the front lines of the world's refugee crisis as Neda, a Syrian American, helps refugees coming from boats into Lesbos, Greece. No media spin. No politics. Just people who want to live. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://vnty.fr/1yNomg4 CONNECT WITH VANITY FAIR Web: http://vanityfair.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/vanityfair Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanityfairmagazine Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/vanityfair Google+: https://plus.google.com/+vanityfair Instagram: http://instagram.com/vanityfair Tumblr: http://vanityfair.tumblr.com Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fai...
Short video of the audio-visual installation "Lesvos op de Kaaij" in September 2017. The full documentary will be screened on September 16th. More info: www.http://lesvos-beautiful-prison.com/ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ about the documentary the documentary engages with the stories and experiences of five women on the Greek island Lesvos. Lesvos has been one of the main arrival point for people on the move towards Europe. The women depicted in the movie all have their own story about how they reached the island. Together they offer a unique perspective on what happened and is happening on Lesvos: From the first refugees arriving on the island, the conditions in refugee camp Moria, autonomous living, friendship and mutual aid in a squatted building in the middle of Lesvos' capi...
farewell dinner Session II - Votsala hotel
(29 Mar 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Mytilini, Greece - March 29, 2016 1. Greek coastguard ship approaching the Mytilini port with migrants and refugees 2. Greek coastguard ship entering the Mytilini port 3. Migrants and refugees in the Greek coastguard ship 4. Man getting off the coastguard ship with two children 5. Child crying after getting off the coastguard ship 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Serdan Waouleed, Afghan refugee: "Because Afghanistan is not at peace. (There's) war in Afghanistan. And this (child's) father died in Afghanistan, it's my brother's son. And that's why we're going to Germany." 7. Woman faints as she's getting off the coastguard boat 8. Member of the crew and a doctor giving first aid to woman who has faint...
BBC - Aristotle's Lagoon In the 4th century BC the Greek philosopher Aristotle travelled to Lesvos, an island in the Aegean teeming, then as now, with wildlife. His fascination with what he found there, and his painstaking study of it, led to the birth of a new science - biology. Professor Armand Leroi follows in Aristotle's footsteps to discover the creatures, places and ideas that inspired the philosopher in his pioneering work. Aristotle Philosophy Philosophers Philosophical Eudemonia Eudaimonia Greek Greece Athens Ancient Reason Logic Peripatetic School Lyceum 4th Century BC Lesvos Island Aegean Wildlife Study Birth New Science Biology Student Plato Teacher Alexander Great Thinking Morality Aesthetics Politics Metaphysics Physics Poetry Theatre Music Rhetoric Government Ethics Zoology...
Camp Moria for refugees in Lesbos, Greece. Read the complete report: https://news.godsdirectcontact.net/lia-reports/refugee-relief-efforts-in-greece-november-2015/ SMCHIA Refugee Relief Reports full listing at: http://relief.godsdirectcontact.org/
Photographer Wayne Martin Belger captures a boat of Syrian refugees arriving in Lesvos Greece with his cellphone. This is the first time Bashir has seen his wife and two children in over a year. Belger was in Lesvos working on a pinhole photography project called "Us and Them".
this is the village that we used to jog to each morning, it is approxmiately 4klms up the hill from the village we stayed at down at the beach. there is not much in the place other than this cafe which does probably the best food i have had in greece, a church, an oak tree and a handful of houses
More @ http://www.myhotelvideo.com/en/landingpage/youtube/resourceid/Mhv_Catalog_Offer::85932 Location: This apartment complex is set only 350 m from the beach. Facilities: The complex offers 3 apartments and 5 studios set in green surroundings, and is ideal for those seeking a relaxed, comfortable holiday. The friendly environment and excellent service are a perfect combination for a pleasant stay. Rooms: The apartments offer guests a shower, Internet access, individually adjustable and air conditioning.
A quick tour around the ferry terminal in Mithilini, Lesbos. Hundreds and Thousands of migrants from the East waiting here for boarding a ferry to the Greek mainland, to go on from there towards Western Europe... Filmed on October 18, 2015
Shocking facts presented by a courageous turkish lawyer at the "People's assembly" conference on Lesvos. He is member of "Turkish lawyer for freedom": and clearly states why Turkey is not a save third country for refugees.