Within the framework of the celebration of Europe Day and the celebration of 2018 as the first European Year of Cultural Heritage, the Assistant Professor at the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Piraeus and Jean Monnet Chair in the European Union's Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies, Foteini Asderaki, gave a speech entitled: ‘’Europe of Knowledge and Knowledge for Europe’’. The event was organised by the Central Greece Region, in cooperation with the Regional Directorate of Education of Central Greece and the Directorates of Primary and Secondary Education of Evoia and the network Teachers4Europe and was held at the Amphitheater of Regional Unity of Evoia on Tuesday 8 of May 2018. The Commissioner of Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, Dimitris Avramopoulos, the Regional Governor of Central Greece, Kostas Mpakogiannis and the Member of the European Parliament, Nikos Androulakis participated at the event. Furthermore students and teachers presented their work at the context of the network Teachers4Europe. At the end of the event teachers and schools that support the idea of a united Europe were awarded.