B.I.O. President declared Woman of the Year 2016 by the Association of Women of Salonica Macedonia in Athens
“The economic crisis can be overcome. The environmental crisis and the crisis in values which are destroying everything are the result of short-sighted policies from leaders who are oblivious to the real dangers to humanity. Less than 1% of the world’s population controls over 55% of the world’s wealth and power. In Biopolitics, we hope to bring these people together to take a seat around a table and to convince them that they are the only ones who can save bios on our planet. Times of crisis can also become opportunities for change. The response of the Athenian democracy to the Persian threat was to build the Parthenon. The time is ripe for those in charge to take responsibility for their actions. We have the duty to save all life for future generations. Even if there are millions of other planets that posses bios, we are still obligated to save bios on our own planet. And we can achieve this by drawing positive energy from this beautiful and unique gift and by eliminating every negative action and thought.”
With these inspiring words, Agni Vlavianos Arvanitis, President and Founder of the Biopolitics International Organisation, accepted the Woman of the Year award from the Association of Women of Thessalonica–Macedonia “in Athens.” The award ceremony was held on March 7, 2016, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, at the Athens Concert Hall (Megaro Mousikis). The event, which met with unprecedented success, was organized by the Association’s President, Kaiti Gakis Kapsis and facilitated by journalist Magda Tsengos.