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Together for Children shows it takes a global village to raise a child

It takes a village to raise a child, and these days the village can stretch to the other side of the world. At least, that’s the case for Irini who …

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Onassis Stegi in Athens hosts seminar on violence against women at 9pm

The Onassis Stegi Cultural Centre is hosting a special lpanel discussion tonight that coincides with United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence which began today ,25 November which …

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Ways that you can help someone close to you who is a victim of family violence

During the COVID-19 lockdowns there was an alarming increase in cases of violence against women. Wednesday, 25 November, sees the launch of the international campaign 16 Days of Activism Against …

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Do you have unregistered property in Greece? Draft bill on regulations and urban development

A draft bill upgrading the urban and spatial development of cities and regions was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday by the Environment & Energy Ministry. Minister Kostis Hadzidakis said the …

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“We’re all Keynesian now,” says Victoria’s Assistant Treasurer Danny Pearson

Victorian Assistant Treasurer Danny Pearson fronted multicultural media on Tuesday 24 November, the day the Victorian government brought down an historic budget to redress the overwhelming consequences of the second …

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Happy Name Day to Catherines, Kates, Kathryns on St Catherine’s feast day

Today is the name day of Ekaterini, Ekaterina, Katerina, Katrina, Katherine, Kathryn, Catherine, Cathy, Kathy, Katie, Katy, Katia, Kate and all the derivatives thereoff. Known as a great martyr, Catherine was …

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PRONIA takes a hand in 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

If you start to wonder why orange seems to be the popular colour over the next few weeks, it will be because it represents the UN-declared “16 Days of Activism …

Is this really the end for Australia’s ‘Greek University?’

La Trobe University Bundoora is the most ‘Greek’ of all of Australia’s Universities. For almost forty years, it has served as the preeminent destination for thousands of students interested in …

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How to protect jobs during COVID-19: Lessons from the Greek experience

The COVID-19 crisis has profoundly affected employment everywhere. The evidence is now available on the impacts seen during the first few months of the pandemic (ILO 2020). In some countries, …

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Peeling back the layers of Arthur Sinodinos, Australia’s Kefalonian Ambassador to the United States

 Much has been written about the US elections, and Australia’s Ambassador to the US, Arthur Sinodinos, has been busy analysing, answering media questions, advising Australia’s government. He may have …

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