Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cultural Heritage – Climate Change – The Role of the Educator Book Presentation: “The land of two suns”

The need to conserve and protect cultural heritage, which is threatened by natural disasters and the impact of climate change, as well as the need to protect the environment and educate the next generation were the topic of the event organized on World Meteorological Day, 23rd March 2011, by “Marianna V. Vardinoyannis Foundation” at the Theatre of Athens College in Psychiko. […]

Marianna V. Vardinoyannis – Woman of the Year 2011

The “Life & Style” magazine of Liberis Publications presented the annual “Women of the Year” awards, on Tuesday 10th of March 2011.

Mrs Marianna V. Vardinoyannis was among the distinguished women, who were honoured with the “Woman of the Year” award.

“Although her name, as the organisers announced, was not included in the list of the 142 “Women of the Year” nominees, the 95% of the readers filled her name in the list, under the special category “Life’s work”, expressing which woman they wish to honour this year. Some children see their third parent in Marianna Vardinoyannis’

The Pancretan Association of Athens honours Marianna V. Vardinoyannis

The “Pancretan Association of Athens*” honoured the UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and President of the “ELPIDA” Association of Friends of Children with Cancer, Mrs Marianna V. Vardinoyannis, in a special event that took place at the Grande Bretagne Hotel on Wednesday, 9th of March 2011. The event was organized on the occasion of the International Women’s Day and its proceeds were donated to the “ELPIDA” Association of Friends of Children with Cancer. […]

Excellence Awards, Greeks as role models for the Next Generation

On 2 March 2011, the “European Council for Youth Mobility in Research and Technology” honoured 12 renowned Greeks for their significant contribution to the fields of social welfare, science, culture and sports, as chosen out of 60 personalities, through a vote in which thousands of award-winning young people took part. […]