The Hellenic Observatory, located in the LSE’s European Institute, celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2016.

To commemorate this important milestone, a series of special events will be hosted in LSE, starting today with a public lecture by Louka…

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Despite its glorious past and Athens’ position as the oldest capital in Europe, in architectural terms Greece is a mainly modern nation. The study of Greece and its modern architecture offers insights into many current architectural debates abo…

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The heart of the Greek wine world beats in Athens from January 23 to 31, 2016, when VorOina, one of Greece’s biggest wine festivals, will be held in numerous spots around the city, where visitors will have the opportunity to discover the wines…

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Global Game Jam [Athens] 2016 is taking place this weekend (from January 29 to January 31), at Technopolis cultural center, organized by the Secretariat General for Media and Communication in cooperation with Gifted non-profit organization that promo…

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One of the most interesting postgraduate programmes of the Thessaloniki- based International Hellenic University is the high-profile Executive MBA, which attracts a diversity of students from all over Greece and abroad. It focuses on cutting-edge sub…

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Greece’s Alternate Interior Minister for Migration Policy, Yiannis Mouzalas gave a press conference in Amsterdam yesterday, following an informal meeting of EU interior ministers on the ongoing migrant crisis, where Greece came under pressure o…

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255 Greek Primary and Secondary Education teachers were granted a European Quality Label within the framework of the eTwinning action, which brings Greece in the first position among forty countries and shows that its teachers are highly qualified an…

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The existing social security system in Greece is characterized by legal and administrative fragmentation along with a complicated institutional structure, adversely affecting its effective operation. It doesn’t treat all insured parties on equa…

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3 books; 2 sociologists and 1 artist; Greece and Germany; The era of “Great Depression”:

Two social scientists and an artist juxtapose two different ways of speaking about society, science and art. Sociologists Nikos Panayotopoulos (Unive…

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at a Sunday rally (24.1) to mark a year of left-wing Syriza party in power defended his coalition government struggles with creditors and the conservative establishment in the past year and set the tone for the dif…

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