EDUCATION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS THE CASE OF GREECE
Vulnerable social groups are a structural element of modern society. They represent the generalized expression of social inequality that characterizes 21st century’s society. The causes of the appearance of this phenomenon are complex and could be summarized in three factors: the globalization of the economy, the application of new technologies, due to scientific achievements and lastly large population movements in search of a better life due to ethno-religious conflicts and climate changes, which imbued the social and economic stratification of inequality with political manifestations that create an explosive mixture for the cohesion of modern developed societies, which must be addressed.
The purpose, therefore, of this article is a brief presentation of the Greek case of training the trainer through a modern and European pedagogical science program to respond to the educational, social and political function of the citizens of the future.