Kostas Karamarkos

Dialogue

Where is the Greek Australian community heading?

Kostas Karamarkos looks the future of Greek Australian community through its willingness to contribute to the wider community.

News

Not only a debt crisis

Greece needs structural changes and a responsive leadership, says former minister Pavlos Yeroulanos.

News

Property tax headaches

New real estate tax ENFIA applies to all property owners in Greece, regardless of where they reside.

Dialogue

Perceptions of Australia in Greece

Australia is now portrayed as the ‘Promised Land’ by the Greek Media. The distorted description for the land Down Under has helped create unrealistic expectations.

News

ECCV turns 40

The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria was the first multicultural umbrella body to be formed in Australia.

News

PM: join us at your own pace

Multiculturalism allows migrants to join Team Australia in their own way and at their own pace, says Tony Abbott.

Dialogue

Delegitimising multiculturalism in Australia

Minority groups are so susceptible to misunderstanding and prejudice in testing times. It’s up to the government and the mainstream media to be more tolerant.

Dialogue

Can the Abbott government ‘come back’?

The Abbott government in the last few weeks is taking full advantage of almost all the political ‘opportunities’ presented to it.

Dialogue

Tracing national characteristics through history

Geography, history and the human struggle and need to survive might help cultivate certain national characteristics.

Dialogue

Myths and nation building

Kostas Karamarkos explores the attitudes of Australians on key notions of their national myth, notions of a ‘fair go’ and ‘mateship’ and notions that reflect social progress.