In Defence of Social Rights in Greece

Last weekend the Greek Parliament discussed and finally passed a bill on the new national insurance system. The bill which had been proposed by the government introduces further reductions of the higher pensions, a gradual elimination of the pensioners’ social solidarity allowance and the establishment of a national pension that amounts to 384€ per month. […]

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Really Surprised?

I’m Christoforos, an expat Greek in his late twenties who tries to make the most out of his nomadic life. With background in media and communications, I experience the daily struggle to find accurate information and stay open to new theories that might convince me to re-consider. Why are EU commentators making such efforts to […]

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The Growing Generation Gap

 My name is Stylia, I am 24 years old and have studied international and European studies. Has the crisis really come to an end?  An average observer not living in Greece might as well say so. Greece is no longer making big headlines, the Memorandum ‘expires’ in May and the rating agencies give out positive […]

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