The General Secretariat for Strategic and Private Investment of the Ministry of Economy and Development together with the National Documentation Centre launches an initiative with the aim to boost and reward cooperation between Greeks around the worl…

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“Prosperity through diversity” was the title of the first virtual International Conference on Human Rights in Business, organized by the Greek Government on Thursday, 25th June 2020, under the auspices of the Greek Chairmanship of the Cou…

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Born in Chania, Crete in 1954, Stavros Psillakis is a graduate of the National Technical University of Athens in Electrical Engineering. He studied film direction at the Hadjikou Film School (Athens) and anthropological documentary filmmaking at the…

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The cultural and social study of the Greek world has been challenged especially in the last decade for a number of reasons related to the economic and refugee crisis, the sociopolitical changes and a remarkable artistic regeneration without neglecti…

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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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Marios Chatziprokopiou (b. 1981, Thessaloniki) has studied and worked in Spain, France, Brazil, and the UK. A poet-performer and performance studies scholar, he is currently living and working in Greece as a teaching fellow and postdoctoral…

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In 1948, the body of an American journalist is found floating in the bay off Thessaloniki. A Greek journalist is tried and convicted for the murder, but when he’s released twelve years later, he claims his confession was the result of torture.…

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Near the northern shore of Lake Pamvotida, off the city of Ioannina in Epirus, lies the "island of Ioannina". It has no name of its own, and is known simply by the name of its neighbouring city (and locally also as the "island of the lake"), despite…

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"Faces of the Hero” is a series of events presented by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) to mark the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution, which led to the emergence of the modern Greek state. “Which are the Faces of…

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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras announced a reshuffle of his government on Tuesday, keeping key ministers in place and bringing in 13 new names, as Kathimerini daily comments.

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias, To…

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