- “It's a rare jewel,” says Sandra L. Gibson of the building.
- Around the globe, the pandemic has severely affected women and girls, exacerbating existing inequalities and creating repercussions in education, economic opportunity, health, and the home.
- “The secret to this hug, this shift in A.’s behavior, was that we gave him love and care; we listened to him, we paid attention and, most of all, we saw him as who he was: a child.”
- Self-healing concrete, which naturally fills any tiny gaps that form over time, could be the future of the building material. But first, there’s a bigger gap that needs to be overcome: that between academic research taking place in the lab and products available on the market.
SNF Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos in Conversation on the Pandemic, Philanthropy, and Where Society is HeadedIn a series of conversations with distinguished interlocutors, Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Co-President Andreas Dracopoulos shares insights on what the pandemic has revealed, what this means for our hopes for a brighter collective future, and what role philanthropy might play in bringing that future about.
- For five years, the Greek National Opera (GNO)’s Educational & Social Activities, launched through a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), have offered a rich program of artistic and participatory learning activities for kids, teenagers, schools, adults, seniors, amateur and professional artists from Athens and across Greece, and people with sensory and motor disabilities.
- Children with incarcerated parents should enjoy the same rights as other children. It’s a principle that drives Bambini Senza Sbarre’s work in Italy, and a principle that, thanks in part to their efforts, is now incorporated into policy guidelines across Europe.
- “I cannot wait to get in the gym with my teammates and my coaches,” says Grace Sundback. It’s a particularly challenging time for young people in New York, with school schedules, social lives, and—particularly in underserved communities—support networks upended indefinitely.
- From the Greek mountain village of Vamvakou to Zambia’s Copperbelt Province, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) has made grants for projects in more than 135 countries.