Πέμπτη, 18 Μαρτίου 2021

Hellenic Post has found its own way of uniting its voice with the victims of violence, supporting the #metoogreece movement and confirming, once again, that it listens to what today’s society wants.

In this context, #metoogreece has been printed on 10 self-adhesive stamps that will take Greece’s message of anti-violence all over the world, proving that stamps are not only a vehicle of culture, but can also be a means of spreading contemporary social messages.

The stamps are a response to the recent emergence of the #metoo movement in our country, which has led to the creation of a government portal to collect information and complaints about sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and abusive power and control, as well to coordinate actions to combat them.

The #metoogreece Special Issue includes a Booklet of 10 Self-Adhesive Stamps available in a limited edition of 4000 for €9.00 each.

From 19th March you will find them at:

  • the Hellenic Post online store www.elta.gr
  • the Post Collection shop – Central Philatelic Office of Athens, 5 Lykourgou St & Apellou
  • the Central Post Office of Thessaloniki, 38 Vasileos Irakleiou St
  • the Central Post Office of Piraeus, 36 Filonos St
  • the Central Post Office of Patras, 32 Maizonos St
  • the Central Post Office of Athens at Syntagma Square, 2 Mitropoleos St
  • the Central Post Office of the Greek Parliament, Parliament Building