The Foundation for European Progressive Studies, in collaboration with ‘Diktio – Network for Reform in Greece and Europe’, organised an international conference titled ‘Greece Forward: Progressive Solutions for Today and Tomorrow’, which took take place on Wednesday, 14 October 2015, in Athens, Greece.
This conference provided an excellent opportunity to address key issues and aspects related to the current situation and future prospects of the relationship between Greece and the European Union. During the conference, distinguished top decision-makers, policy experts and academics both from Greece and Europe explored the current domestic and international political dynamics concerning Greece and suggested progressive solutions about the challenges both Greece and the European Union are facing at the moment.
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