Alexandra is a multiple award-winning media personality and human rights champion

A multiple award-winning media personality and human rights champion. Over the years Alexandra has worked as a journalist, TV- and radio presenter/producer, author, speaker, moderator playwright, actress and goodwill-ambassador advocating for democracy, diversity and equality. Alexandra is an acclaimed lecturer and motivational speaker within culture, politics, media, global trends and inspiration. She is passionate and visionary presentations inspires people to act. She has a unique ability to pass her message and move the listener.

Bibliography

Translated from Swedish to Greek

Editor and co-author

  • Mitt namn är Iran – åtta möten med iranska kvinnor (My name is Iran – eight meetings with Iranian women) (2001)
  • Svartskallar – så funkar vi (Blackheads – that’s how we work). Uppsala Publishing House (2003)
  • Eldvatten (Firewater)
  • Till alla Vänner (To all Friends)
  • Naturen i själ och hjärta (Nature in soul and heart) – Svenska Naturskyddsföreningen
  • Med andan i halsen (Teknikföretagen) 2011
  • Det nya landet (The new country) (redaktör & skribent)
  • Brev till min dotter (Letter to my daughter) (Bokförlaget Forum) 2017
  • Saker jag hade velat veta när jag var 15 (Things I Wanted to Know When I Was 15) (Norstedts)
  • Förord till “Sabelles Röda Klänning” (Preface to “Sabelle’s Red Dress”) (Prisbelönt) (Award Winning)
  • Förord till “Annalisa och Födelsedagspresenten” Preface to “Annalisa and the Birthday Present”

Translator

From Greek to Swedish

Sabelle’s Red Dress (Mirando Book Publishing) 2015 (Pan Prize)

Lecturer

Examples of lectures held by Alexandra Pascalidou

Stockholms universitet
Idea Talks
Nordiskt Forum

TV & Radio Presenter

Alexandra made her debut in 1995 hosting the weekly multicultural show Mosaik in Swedish Television (SVT). Since then she has presented everything from prime time Christmas-shows to charity galas, from debates to documentaries, from Olympic Games to talk shows. Alexandra is the only person to have hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in both her home countries.

Between 2004 and 2006, Alexandra worked as a presenter and producer in Greek TV where she, among other things, she presented the EU election polls, TV-galas, the Eurovision Song Contest, weekly prime time shows Euromania and her own prime-time Friday nights interview series. Among others, she interviewed Armando Diego Maradona, Roberto Cavalli, Isabel Allende and Roger Moore.

Alexandra’s SVT (Swedish National TV) documentary on the Greek crisis “What’s wrong with the Greeks?” had a huge impact.

Her SVT documentary series in SVT “We are called beggars” became a Crystal-nominated rating success.

For Swedish Radio, Alexandra has presented among others “Pascalidou in P1”, “National Day Celebration”, “P1 Debate” and “Ring P1”.

Alexandra has also done the pod Fair-Talks where she interviewed change makers and the pod for the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs – the UD-pod.

Theatre

Alexandra’s Odyssey

Alexandra made her stage debut as a playwright and actress at Gothemburg National with the play Alexandra’s Odyssey.

Nonprofit & Volunteer

Alexandra is a goodwill ambassador for Mentor Sweden, Kvinna till Kvinna and the migrant and refugee women’s shelter Terrafem. Over the years she spent precious time and effort to empower people that where deprived of their voices and their human dignity.

Since her book “The Mothers” was published, she, together with other mothers, has organized the Mothers’ Manifestations.

Alexandra is a member of the advisory board for the New York Times Athens Democracy Forum.

Alexandra Pascalidou, Advisory board, New York Times Athens Democracy Forum
Alexandra Pascalidou, Advisory board, New York Times Athens Democracy Forum

Charity

In 2014, Pascalidou together with secretary general Lena Ag for the organisation Kvinna till Kvinna competed in the TV-show “Who wants to be a Millionaire”. They won one million kronor which was donated to “Kvinna till Kvinna”.

Founder of New Academy Prize in Literature

Pascalidou was the creator and co-founder of ”The New Academy”, an initiative created in the spring of 2018 as a reaction to the scandals in the Swedish Academy that led to the cancellation of Nobel Prize in Literature. The initiative generated worldwide attention in e.g. The New York Times, The Guardian and CNN.

Alexandra Pascalidou grundare av Den Nya Akademien
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