December 3rd, 2011 Athens, Greece


<!–:en–>Panagiotis Pitsiniagas<!–:–>

Panagiotis was studying at the School of Applied Mathematics and Physics at the National Technical University, which he quit to deal with trade. He is a quadriplegic after an accident at the age of 21 and by chance he discovered that he enjoys showing people that disability does not destroy your life, it simply changes it. Since then he is giving speeches to children and adults, changing the stereotypes about disability. He is one of the administrators of the, the most successful site of its category, while in his non-free time he works at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

“You have a brain, the most complex tool in the world, use it to change it.”

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