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PbP aims to help ensure that discussions about immigration and migration are as balanced, informed and inclusive as possible by providing a politically neutral, easily accessible and transparent platform for discourse and exchange among all citizens – regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds, language and IT skills and level of education.

Anna Triantafillou

Anna has been working in ATC as a Project Manager since 2001 and as a Senior Project Manager since 2009. Currently is the Deputy Head of the ATC Innovation Lab. She is a Master degree holder in Organisational Behaviour & HR Management and a BSc Degree holder in Management & Systems Science from City University of London. She is a PhD candidate in the field of Management Information Systems at the Department of Information and Communication Systems, University of the Aegean.

Marina Klitsi

Marina Klitsi has been working in ATC as a Project Manager. She has more than 10 years of professional experience in the domain of Information Services as a Project Manager of European and National R&D projects. Her research interests’ lie in the fields of Systems Analysis and implementation of IT systems. She is currently involved in the field of business applications, user requirements capture, specifications analysis and project management and dissemination activities in European and National R&D projects.

Marina Klitsi

Garifalia Sebou

Garifalia has been working with ATC since 2007. She holds a BSc Degree in Political Science & Public Administration from the University of Athens. She is working in the ATC Innovation Lab as a Project Dissemination Manager overseeing the unit's dissemination, marketing and internet marketing activities. She has been involved in EU R&D and National funded projects since 2008.

Garifalia Sebou


The NOMAD projects aims to introduce into the policy-making process an array of new techniques and opportunities emerging through the massive use of the social web. Nowadays, the citizens are directly and heavily involved in the policy making process, through the tools and capabilities offered by the Web 2.0 tools and channels.