Several high-profile transactions in the Greek media sector have triggered new warnings about the increased concentration of ownership in a few hands, potentially giving tycoons significant political influence.
The poor condition of Greece’s state education system has been laid bare in the latest OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
The latest report by the European Institute on Gender Equality (EIGE) for 2019 has revealed that Greece had made the least progress out of 28 European countries when it comes to promoting equality between genders.
The decline in Greece’s demographic profile shows no signs of slowing down according to data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) which showed that deaths continue to outstrip births in the country.
The Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) released its findings from the 2018 household budgeting survey which tracked the spending habits of Greek households.
The European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) has released a brief outlining what Europeans want from the bloc in terms of foreign policy.
On August 30, a flotilla of 13 inflatable boats carrying 547 migrants arrived on a beach on the north coast of the island of Lesvos. Photos showing rows of beached dinghies and lifejackets triggered memories of the height of the migrant crisis in 2015/2016, and sparked media headlines warning of new dangers.
The Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn burst onto the parliamentary scene overnight in 2012, to the alarm of democratic forces across Europe. Seven years later, the party finds itself out of the national and the European Parliament after losing more than half its voters.
Data from Eurostat has shown that over half of Greeks could not afford to go on a week’s holiday away from home in 2018.
The latest Eurobarometer survey, surveying public opinion in the European Union, has shown that the distrust Greeks express for the bloc persists but is starting to ease while support for the single currency remains strong.