Renewable energy boosts efficiency, creates jobs and makes good economic sense for countries around the Mediterranean. According to studies commissioned by Greenpeace, the governments of Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain could accelerate the…

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SIGHT”, an unprecedented site-specific exhibition by renowned British sculptor Antony Gormley is presented on the Greek archaeological island of Delos and its museum by NEON (a nonprofit organisation that works to bring contemporary cult…

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“Athens is facing unprecedented challenges in the recent history of Western civilization, yet the city also represents a destination, a centre of hope and survival, and a place where one can conceive new realities.”

Forty International F…

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Anthony Georgieff is a journalist, photographer and writer with 30 years of experience in covering Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, the UK and the United States. He has been publishing magazines and books in Sofia since 2004, including Bulgaria Air (the i…

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Rabab Fathy is Deputy Head of Foreign Affairs Section in Alyoum Alsabaa Newspaper and Website and a diplomatic editor. She started working as a journalist in 2008. Alyoum Alsabaa is one of the most important and successful newspapers in Egypt, while…

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Greek wines, once obscure to the international community, have in the recent years been reappraised by experts worldwide, leading to a surge in wine production and exports. “Wines of Greece” is a website providing an insight into the worl…

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May Day marks the worldwide celebration of International Workers' Day, or Labour Day. The date was chosen to commemorate the Haymarket riot, which took place in Chicago on 4 May 1886; it was formally recognised as an annual event at the Second Intern…

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A solo exhibition of works by artist Jannis Psychopedis titled "Biography" opened November 19, and runs through December 12, at the Zoumboulakis Galleries, Athens. The exhibition features 13 portraits of Greek personalities, composing "a sort of auto…

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Konstantinos Papadimitriou holds a degree in Law and has studies in Administrative Science and Pedagogy. He has worked as a special scientist to the Ombudsman (2000-2015), a Director of the National School of Public Administration (2015 -2017) a…

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In June 2015, the Australian chapter of the Hellenic Initiative (THI) launched its Internship Programme to provide work and training opportunities for young Greek graduates. THI Australia has partnered with more than twenty Australian companies to of…

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