On Saturday, October 26, at the Gazi Music Hall in Technopolis, Pierce student teams Homo Ergo and Holding Lives took part in the multi-dimensional awareness-raising event UNLIMITED ABILITIES DAYS. This event, which took place for the first time in Greece, was organized by Dimitris Kontopides, founder of the HUMANE organization and Honorary President of the Panhellenic Cystic Fibrosis Association.
Pierce B Lyceum student Christina Servou presented the student company Homo Ergo and C Lyceum students Philio Gennaraki and Theodora Kachrimanidi presented the student company Holding Lives. The two companies, which deal with health issues, had been created in the context of the Junior Achievement and Diamond Challenge Clubs and the students presented the ways in which young people can contribute to social innovation and raising awareness within the general population.
Following their presentations, the students replied to questions regarding how their initiatives contribute to society.