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Gdansk, Poland, October 2016
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Gdansk, Poland, October 2016

Erasmus+, photo essay by Spiros Zervoudakis.
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In young children, there is a rather raw perception that people are not so different among them. This circle of tolerance of the different is quite broad in teenagers and young adults as well. If the core of knowledge is change and adaptation, then “Erasmus +” program is the perfect tool. Teachers and students interact in an environment away from established stereotypes of the national school. The exchange of ideas and experiences, the common plans and adolescent dreams, establish such values that leave no space to racism and intolerance.

(Spiros Zervoudakis)

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Spiros Zervoudakis
Spiros Zervoudakis was born in Athens. He studied Mathematics in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki , continued with Post Graduate studies (Msc) in Applied Mathematics in Technical University of Crete and Philosophy of Mathematics in National University of Athens. His occupation with photography started when he attended classes on Photography in the Photographic Group of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and continued by attending seminars and workshops. He has presented his work in individual and group Exhibitions both in Greece and abroad and his works have been awarded prizes in National and International Competitions. His works are exhibited in the “Benaki Museum” , in the Benetton Foundation’s collection, in the Municipal Gallery of Chania, in “Contemporary Art Museum – Olivepress” as well as in many private collections in Greece and abroad. He lives, works and creates in the city of Chania, Crete.

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