“There is a widespread opinion in Germany that Greece is to blame for the problems it now finds itself in” noted a ‘Rosa Luxemburg Institute’ publication that tried to dismantle several myths and over-moralizing narratives abo…

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Enterprise Greece and ANIMA Investment Network step up cooperation on innovation in the Mediterranean and organize with the support of EU’s EU4Innovation in Athens on 16 May 2017 «The Next Society», a Euro – Med Innovation Co…

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Did you know that Greece offers many studying opportunities at Master’s degree level exclusively in English?

In Greece you can find some challenging and innovative fully English-taught Master's degree programmes in a variety of disciplines, es…

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On May 8th, 1945, the formal acceptance by the Soviet Union and the Western Allies of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender marked the end of World War II in Europe. During the years of the War, most of Europe was under Nazi occupation. As a rule, w…

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Kallia Papadaki was born in Didymoteicho in 1978 and grew up in Thessaloniki. She studied economics in the United States at Bard College and Brandeis University and film at Stavrakos’ Film School in Greece.

Her short story collection The Back-…

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Sotiris Rizas is Director of Research at the Academy of Athens Research Centre for the Study of Modern Greek History. Dr Rizas has been member of the Advisory Board of the National Centre of Public Administration (2008-2011) and has taught at the Nat…

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A love of cycling and the culture associated with it, quick, easy and eco-friendly transport combined with very low maintenance cost, explain why the demand for bicycles in Greece has increased during the last decade.

From the perfect run-around-tow…

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Eugene Trivizas is one of Greece’s leading writers for children. Although educated in law and a specialist in criminal law and comparative criminology, he has published more than 120 children’s books. He has written short stories, fairy t…

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Greece and its foreign creditors reached a deal yesterday 2.5.2017 on a package of prior actions for the second review of the adjustment programme agreed on August 2015 including the pension system, privatisations, retail markets and the public…

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In a statement to Athens News Agency for May Day, Labour Minister Effie Achtsioglou underlined the government's determination to crack down on employers flouting labour law, targeting in particular the practice of undeclared or under-…

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