Agathi Arvanitidou was born in Thessaloniki (Greece). She studied at the Department of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She worked as a teacher in Greek schools abroad, in Congo and in Germany. She was trained at the Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany. In Greece she worked in a High School of Intercultural Education and volunteered for the Greek army. She has participated in scientific conferences and international scientific meetings. She has published her articles in scientific journals, newspapers, and educational bulletins.
She is the author of three printed books on: 1) the military service of women in the Greek army, 2) her travel experiences in America, Asia and Africa, and 3) the education of foreign students in Greek schools. In addition, she has contributed to the editing and publishing of four school albums concerning the educational activities of foreign students in Greece.
In the last years, she lives between Thessaloniki (Greece) and Manchester (England), editing, as a founding member of the UNESCO Center “Aristotelis”, her fourth book on the Recommendations and Conclusions of the Conferences of the International Bureau of Education – UNESCO.
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