The June-July 2017 period is characterized by a series of positive developments in Greek economy, according to the newly founded Athens-based Institute of Alternative Policies (ENA). In its Economic Developments Bulletin, published this mon…

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Nectarios Santorinios, Deputy Minister of Maritime Industry & Island Policy and MP for the Dodecanese with SYRIZA, spoke to Greek News Agenda* on the need for an insularity clause at the national and EU level to ensure the equitable dev…

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Summer of Love, the exhibition curated by Katerina Gregos* at Art Space Pythagorion in the island of Samos (August 4 - October 15, 2017), borrows its title from the sociocultural phenomenon that took place fifty years ago in the summer of 1967.

The '…

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The European Sociological Association’s 13th Conference will take place in Athens (Harokopio University & Panteion University of Social & Political Sciences, 29.8.2017 - 1.9.2017) under the general theme “(Un)Making Europe: Capita…

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Through the www.locateyourphoto.gr open call, the Hellenic Film Commission invites you to contribute to the creation of a Photo Gallery of Greece, that aims to capture and promote the various locations of the country. From the classical Athens to its…

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Sotiris Walldén studied economics in Sweden and France and has a Ph.D. from the University of Athens. From 1996 to 2014 he was an official at the European Commission, mostly dealing with enlargement. He has also served, inter alia, as secretar…

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A Thessaloniki Museum of Photography exhibition (Portrayals of History, Voula Papaioannou - Dimitris Harissiadis 1940 - 1960, open until 10.9.2017), curated by Alexandra Moschovi and Manolis Skoufias, presents Voula Papaioannou (1898-1990)…

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artist: Alexandros Vasmoulakis, photo: LeBasse Projects

A vibrant capital in the midst of economic and migratory crisis, a metropolis of contrasts, a cultural hub in constant flux, Athens’ many facets are what make it one of the most interesti…

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In its first attempt to return to the bond market in three years as its debt crisis eases, the Greek government officially launched the process for a new bond offering on Monday (24.07) afternoon. Greece  invited holders of its 4.75 percent out…

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On Saturday 1st July 2017, the LSE Hellenic Observatory hosted the 8th Biennial PhD Symposium on Contemporary Greece and Cyprus. The core aim of the Symposium was to provide a platform for exchange of knowledge and ideas between you…

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