In an interview with Greek News Agenda, Nikolaos Stampoulopoulos, founder and creative director of New Diaspora – a participatory narrative hub relevant to the current Greek migration flow, its causes, its consequences and its future – di…

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Greece is at the end of a difficult road and economic recovery is well in sight, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during a meeting (30.3) with a delegation of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON), headed b…

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The refugee and migrant crisis in Europe – whether off its coasts, on its shores or along its roadsides – is also a crisis for children. A total of 1,014,836 people arrived in Europe by sea in 2015, according to UNHCR, of who estimated 25…

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Reflecting on the current refugee crisis and the notion of protection and asylum throughout history, Professor Costas Douzinas, Chair of the Greek Parliament’s Committee on National Defence & Foreign Relations and Director of the Unive…

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In this week's Culture Agenda: Athens Print Fest, Design for Growth andTEDx Thessaloniki conferences, Alexander the Great Marathon, “Pierrot Lunaire” music theatre, 8th International Meeting of School Choirs and “Αrticulations…

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Atlantis Books in Santorini is the most interesting bookstore in the world, according to leading National Geographic magazine. That’s another yet distinction for the legendary bookshop, which has gained international attention and acclaim since…

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Four Greek companies were selected last month among the top 110 European companies distinguished on February 7th as the finalists and “Ruban d ‘Honneur” 2015/2016 recipients of the prestigious  European Business Awards (EBAs).…

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From March 24 through June 18, 2016, the Onassis Cultural Center New York invites visitors to a major exhibition Gods and Mortals at Olympus: Ancient Dion, City of Zeus, seen in the United States for the first time andaiming to explore the relationsh…

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The Athens Science Festival returns next week (April 5-10, 2016) to Technopolis cultural center for the 3rd consecutive year. The festival acts as a platform for communication between science and the general public, representing innovation in science…

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Greek Minister of Culture and Sports Aristides Baltas appealed last week (21.3) to artists and intellectuals around the world for solidarity on the refugee issue.

In an open letter calling for solidarity and support to refugees entrapp…

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