Thank you for submitting this request, which is well-aligned with our mission with promisingly high impact with respect to cost. We are glad to fund your participation in this event in light of the good work you've done in previous events!
I am notifying WMF staff Tighe Flanagan about your planned participation in case he has further resources or feedback to offer.
Please review the next steps for your grant as described in "How the program works". Note that your post-event report, due 14 days after the event, must provide a link to an outcome from your participation. An outcome does not include the materials you prepare to present at the event (though we’d like you to link to those, too), but something that is created during or after the event because of your participation (such as a link to something new that was co-created by you and your fellow participants at the event, a blog post you wrote to share your experience with others after the event, or a learning pattern to teach others something you've learned at the event). If you choose to make a learning pattern, you may wish to further improve one of the existing patterns addressing education.
Our Grants Administrator will be in touch with you about your grant. Thank you for work on behalf of the Wikimedia Foundation.
- @Magioladitis: I'm glad you have the opportunity to present the Wikipedia Education Program to this audience in Greece. Please let us know if there's any way my team can support you as you prepare. Tighe Flanagan (WMF) (talk) 16:40, 6 September 2016 (UTC)