Austerity measures adopted in Greece within the context of the economic crisis have in many instances conflicted with the state’s obligation to ensure protection of fundamental rights, a report commissioned by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) has found.
Efforts in Greece to tackle domestic corruption need to give a much higher priority to fighting foreign bribery, and especially target the export, shipping and SME sector, a report from a leading anti-graft watchdog has said.
Greeks are most likely to believe that gender stereotyping is widespread in the workplace than citizens in other 27 EU states, a new opinion survey on gender equality has found.
Greece’s digital economy is being held back by a weak demand for internet services, low levels of digital skills as well as suspicion about doing business online, a new EU-wide survey published this week has found.
Xenophobia and violence against migrants reached worrying levels last year in Greece, which among other issues continues to segregate Roma children in some schools, a new report from Europe’s anti-discrimination watchdog has found.
The failure to deal with police violence against journalists during protests is mainly to blame for Greece being ranked second lowest in the European Union for media freedom, the authors of the 2015 World Press Freedom Index have said.
Greece’s mental health and integration systems have been ranked among the worst in 30 European countries due to structural problems before the crisis and a drop in direct funding of 64 percent under austerity, a report published last month has found.
Media pluralism in Greece is mostly threatened by the high concentration of media power and the underlying interdependence between political, economic and media elites, a new EU-co-funded study has found.
Over a third of Greek homes are mired in poverty and debt, largely due to disposable incomes nose-diving below the poverty line and the pilling up of household bills, a survey from a country’s largest small- and medium business association has found.
Greeks are the most pessimistic among their European Union counterparts about the future of the 28-member bloc, view it mainly in a negative light and most don’t see themselves as European citizens, according to the results of a biannual survey from the European Commission.