Issuing Draft Laws for public consultation before their formal introduction to Parliament - allowing thus for citizen intervention in the legislative process with arguments, suggestions, or disagreements - has been practiced since 2010 in Greece,…

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The non-profit cultural organization CHEAPART celebrates its 20th anniversary, and is presenting two major exhibitions  accompanied by lectures and discussions on the current role of the artist in Europe, as well as the work of art on…

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The Valletta Summit on migration, 11-12.11.15, brought together 60 European and African Heads of State and Government in an effort to strengthen cooperation and address the current challenges as well as the opportunities of migration…

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Greeks aren’t drinking as much, but they are still smoking champions; and whilst they seem to be getting depressed they nevertheless remain happier than most, enjoying high life expectancy and the 3rd lowest suicide rate among OECD countries.…

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It’s all about toys, argues blogger Nikos Papadopoulos, the man behind a photographic project using toys as instruments towards social satire.

Inspired by an incident in which he employed Playmobil pieces to explain something to his young son,…

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Modern Greek literature is sometimes constrained by the greatness of its ancestors, the influence of the classics and the numerous literary genres established by the ancients Greeks. Readers of classic literature around the world would claim to be we…

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In the course of the two-day deliberations at the Valletta Summit on Migration (11-12.11), attended by EU and African nations and followed by anEU informal summit later today (12.11) on the European response to the refugee crisis, Pr…

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One of the greatest challenges for young entrepreneurs and producers in Greece today is how to broaden the distribution of their innovative products within Greece and enter markets abroad. 
 
Yoleni's, the largest online delicatessen in G…

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Central Europe comes to Athens

Following on from the Balkans and Latin America, it’s the turn of the radical, independent Central European scene to ‘occupy’ the Onassis Cultural Center from November 11 to 29. 

Invited to A…

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Irish author, critic and columnist, Richard Pine has written critical works on Irish playwright Brian Friel and Anglo-Irish novelist Lawrence Durrell. He worked for the Irish national broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann…

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