A report commissioned by the government into the causes of wildfires in Greece has identified a number of systemic failings behind the increase in the scale and frequency of destructive events, culminating in last summer’s fire at Mati, the deadliest on record.
The latest Eurobarometer report on antisemitism in the European Union has found that Greeks believe this form of discrimination is not a major problem despite a recent wake of such attacks.
Greece’s demographic problem when began to manifest at the start of the decade is deepening rapidly, according to data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) which was analysed by the University of Thessaly.
A survey by polling company Public Issue has illustrated the changing trends in how Greeks feel about their public institutions.
A report on Greece by the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe has outlined how austerity damaged the country’s education system and exacerbated inequality in accessing education.
A report on Greece by the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe has shown the severe impact of the country’s crisis on Greece’s healthcare sector as well as the health of Greeks.
Opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis used a speech to educators late last month to attack the government’s policies on higher education and outline his own party’s agenda.
New research studying the attitudes and beliefs of central and eastern Europeans has found a sharp divide in countries formerly under the Iron Curtain compared to western Europe on a number of social issues.
The General Confederation of Greek Labor (GSEE) has revealed that 72.8 percent of Greek workers make under 1,000 euros per month net.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) policy brief on child wellness, which tracks child poverty in developed countries, has shown that Greece was among the countries where child poverty has increased sharply in recent years.