- The new non-profit organization iMEdD hosted Matt Winkler, co-founder of Bloomberg News, as a guest speaker on Wednesday, April 10th. Mr. Winkler gave a talk about his experiences and thoughts on the “next day” of journalism.
- On Tuesday, April 9, the Architectural League of New York hosted its annual President’s Medal Dinner gala. Ford Foundation president Darren Walker was honored with this year’s President’s Medal.
- The DIAZOMA Association for the protection of ancient theaters held the 6th Meeting of its Corporate Members in Sparta, focusing on “The Restoration of the Ancient Theater as a Local, National and Universal Obligation,” for three days, from Friday, April 5 to Sunday, April 7.
- A new program from the Region of Central Greece aims to provide financial support for first-year undergraduate students whose families live below the poverty line in the area. The program is part of the Region’s social intervention program, Gefyra.
- Recently, Alexandra Mega returned from the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, having finished 4th in the 100m run. She returned after two unforgettable weeks, proud of her success and full of memories that will last a lifetime.
- The Guardian in a recent article features the FutbolNet program as it is being implemented by the Barça Foundation in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon with the goal of supporting refugee children who have found their way in the refugee camps.
- The Maryland Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will hold its 21st annual Spring Swing on Saturday, April 6 at Baltimore Center Stage.
- “What do your roots sound like?” asked internationally acclaimed tap dancer and choreographer Ayodelle Casel.
- For the fifth consecutive year, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) invites you to one of Greece’s most beloved summer destinations, an open celebration of culture, sport, coexistence, dialogue, education and—of course—games. The Festival’s animating concept is activated through more than seventy events, hundreds of artists, and sports and science experts. It’s an eight-day free-admission program full of new experiences, positive emotions, and healthy debates.