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Educational activities (simulations, seminars & internships)

  • Second cycle of "T4T-Training for Trainers" seminars under the scope of the ARSINOE program, 6-8/2/2023.
  • Members of the UNESCO Chair on Climate Diplomacy participate in the ARSINOE program, contributing to the organization of informative seminars for tertiary education teachers regarding the impacts of climate change and ways to mitigate them, as well as Youth Assemblies on climate change with the participation of students of the Athens. Metropolitan area, 2021-2025.
  • 2nd Seminar for high-school teachers, 14, 15 & 21 April 2021.
  • 2nd Athens COP UNFCCC Simulation, 18 & 19 March 2021.
  • Athens EU Model 2021 'Carbon neutrality and the European Climate Law, under the European Green Deal Framework', 17 & 18 March 2021 (in collaboration with ELIAMEP).
  • Athens Council of Europe Simulation 2020 'The role of Education in protecting Cultural Heritage from Climate Change', 22-23 October 2020 (in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs of the Hellenic Republic).
  • 1st Seminar for high-school teachers, 29 & 30 April and 6 & 7 May 2020.
  • 1st Athens COP UNFCCC Simulation, 10 & 11 January 2020. 

The Chair's contribution to the implementation of the SDGs through education in4 slides!


Under the auspices of this Chair, undergraduate and postgraduate student will earn practical knowledge on issues related to international climate governance and the Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Academic year 2021-2022: 5 interns assist educational and research activites.
  • Academic year 2020-2021: 5 interns assist educational and research activites.
  • Academic year 2019-2020: 10 interns assist the research programme on Mapping the implementation of the SDGs in Greece. 



The Institute of European Integration and Policy, that hosts the UNESCO Chair on Climate Diplomacy, has a long-standing tradition in organizing simulations of international and European bodies. For further information on the philosophy of the simulations, click here