Our project published a digital Book that consists of 26 activities of non formal education oriented to cultural heritage. In Greece, the respective partners have presented this intellectual output during a multiplier event that took place on 23 of September, at the hotel “Vista Marina” in Kalamata and was co-organized by the Social Youth Development (KANE) Organisation and the Directorate of Secondary Education of Messinia.

Following the COVID protocols, 35 youth workers and educators from Messenia had the opportunity to download and use the mAPP mobile application of cultural routes and to follow the presentation of selected activities of the digital book. The Greek cultural routes have been designed by students of schools of the Secondary Education of Messenia.

The event started with a short presentation by Filareto Vourko, the representative of KANE, on the objectives of the project, the technical points and the stages that have been implemented. Then the speech was given to Nikolaos Pefanis the director of the Secondary School,  followed by the presentation of the digital book by Ioanna Ravani, Deputy Head of Environmental Education Center in Kalamata. Moreover, several educational activities of non-formal education contained in the book were presented by Vana Kelli, Director of the 3rd High School of Kalamata, Maria Stamatopoulou, Teacher of Paralia High School of Kalamata and Anastassios Manolakis, Teacher of 3rd High School of Kalamata, participants in the mobility training activities of the project.