If we want to understand the modern Western world, we need to look back to the Greeks. Consider the way we think about ethics, about the nature of beauty and truth, about our place in the universe, about our mortality. All this we have learned from the ancient Greeks. They molded the basic disciplines and genres in which we still organize thought, from poetry to drama, from medicine to philosophy, from history to ethnography. Our work focuses on two critical issues at the intersection of Greek philosophy & environment and Greek philosophy & good life.
We fulfill our concept, by strengthening networks, partnerships and capacity building for greek philosophy transfer, working with national stakeholders to build or enhance endogenous capacities. And actions speak louder than words. That’s why we’ve built a national community of volunteers, advocates, and grassroots activists who show up when and where it counts. Our supporters have the tools and resources to make themselves heard in nearly every district in every municipality across the country.