Manos Hadjidakis (1925-1994) has left his mark on contemporary music, in Greece and abroad. Bringing together different styles -from classical to folk and rock- he is remembered as an unprecedented talent with his own unique, idiosyncratic sound. In…

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Grammy-winning producer, musicologist and record collector Christopher C. King is one of the world’s most passionate devotees of traditional Greek folk music, especially the idiosyncratic, usually mournful sound distinctive in Northern and…

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Social media have undeniably changed communication and journalism and discourse on fake news has become more intense, although fake news has always been part of the media landscape. Panos Kakaviatos*, media relations officer in the Council of Europe…

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Wire photographers are at the forefront of the news, and while their names may often remain unknown, their images appear on the front pages of newspapers and magazines around the world. For the last six years, TIME has turned the spotlight on the bes…

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Germans feel that crises do not affect them, Axel Troost said, interviewed by Kaki Bali for the Sunday edition of Avgi newspaper (10.09.2017). Troost, member of the Bundestag and deputy chairman of Die Linke (The Left) Party, has an active interest…

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In June 2015, the Australian chapter of the Hellenic Initiative (THI) launched its Internship Programme to provide work and training opportunities for young Greek graduates. THI Australia has partnered with more than twenty Australian companies to of…

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Renewable energy boosts efficiency, creates jobs and makes good economic sense for countries around the Mediterranean. According to studies commissioned by Greenpeace, the governments of Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain could accelerate the…

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Geometries” is a project organised and produced by Onassis Cultural Centre with the collaboration of the Agricultural University of Athens, curated by the independent contemporary arts organisation Locus Athens. It features a rich progra…

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Greece enters a new era next month, marking the end of an almost decade-long economic crisisand with the economy returning to growth. On August 20, the country will conclude the last of three successive European adjustment programs, with analysts ha…

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Τhe Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (HFRI) report on research funding indicates that the flight of Greek human capital abroad, i.e. 'brain drain', is showing signs of containment. According to the reported data, in less than…

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