Greek Council for Refugees
Vassiliki Katrivanou is a process work therapist, coach and conflict resolution trainer. She is currently working at the Greek Council for Refugees. She is also facilitating trainings for women politicians in order to support a feminist way of leadership.
She was a member of the Greek Parliament with SYRIZA (2012 - 2016). She was also a Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (2014-2016). Her main focus is on human rights: immigration and refugees, the far right and antifascist movement, the rights of women and the LGBTQI community.
Vassiliki, in collaboration with Bushra Azzouz, directed the documentary, “The Women of Cyprus” which portrays how a group of Turkish and Greek Cypriot women handle conflict.
She holds a Diploma and a Masters in Process Oriented Psychology, a BA in International Studies and a Masters in Conflict Resolution (Portland State University).
Her main interest is how to combine politics and psychology in order to support people, organizations and communities to be creative and close to their vision. She is also passionate about empowering women in their leadership role.