Anastasia Georgouli

Anastasia Georgouli

Anastasia has a Bachelor's degree in communication from Deree College in Athens, Greece and at present she works as a freelance writer. The topics that she is really interested in are the ones that bring a positive change to problems, including environmental, social, educational or humanitarian issues. In addition, she loves traveling, music, dance and cooking.
  • I Wonder – Sixto Rodriguez

    Thinking about successful attempts by human beings that may influence or change the lives of others for the better, there is no secret recipe. The key is to love what you do and just do it. Because if you love it somebody else may love it as well, and...
  • Knowledge Carrying Donkeys

    The village La Gloria in Magdalena is in one of the rural areas of Colombia. It has faced poverty and conflict situations which have been the root cause of the inhabitants’ bad living conditions and their children’s deprivation of education. Fortunately, that has changed for the better over the...
  • Alvin Ailey: Dance for Rights

    “ We talk too much of black art when we should be talking about art, just art. Black composers must be free to write rondos and fugues, not only protest songs. I use Ellington and I want to use more of his music, but it’s music.” With these words...
  • Voluntary Health Clinics in Greece

    It is in times of crisis and social turbulence that the need for volunteering most arises. The current situation in Greece has contributed to one of those times when the presence of humanitarian aid has developed into a network of volunteers who value the human factor. The network referred...
  • The Challenge of Fourfouras

    A few years ago three young teachers met at a remote area on the island of Crete in Greece in order to teach. Angelos Patsias, John Manolakakis and Yuli Bosdelekidou, had been appointed at the primary school of Fourfouras, a mountainous village located at an altitude of 460 metres...
  • How to Live to Be 100

    There is a little island in the Mediterranean sea, in northeast Greece, called Ikaria. The people living there have their own pace of life and living norms, most of which have somehow survived to the present day: in times of war, hardship, deprivation or in times of bliss, these...
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    The Courage to Move

    The lesson starts in Maria Fux‘s dance school and all students begin to move rhythmically. As they dance, they concentrate on their own body movements. Among the students in these dance classes, there are people who are physically and/ or mentally challenged; people with impaired vision, people with the...
  • Celebrating what unites us

    Have you heard Playing For Change? It is a fantastic project that has been established to raise people’s social awareness and bring them closer through the art of music, no matter where they are in the world or what their differences might be. Francois Viguie, member of  Playing For...
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Words In The Bucket is a team of global citizens with the common goal of raising awareness and information about issues related to human rights protection, social inclusion, development and environment.

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