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A member from In Albis Teatro looks at the horizon in Cape Sounion in Greece

Greece: The End of the Show

When dreams come true: With a trip to Greece, the students' theatre group "In Albis Teatro" got closer to the heroes, gods and villains of the Greek drama plays than ever before...

What if… You Were an Actor/Actress in Ancient Greece?

Greek theatre reconsidered: During their journey to Greece, young theatre makers from Spain dived into ancient times. What if they had been acting centuries ago? In short videos, they show their answers.

Is Yoga a Sin? Young Greeks and Eastern Orthodox Christianity

An overwhelming majority of Greeks considers religion as important - but what about the young population? Anna and Maria about the role of the church, LGBTQ+ and identity of young Greeks in 2021.

Climate Warming? “Greece is Already Used to High Temperatures”

“Fridays for future” have become part of students’ weekly routine in some Western European countries. Collins Dictionary even crowned “climate strike” word of the year 2019. In South-Eastern Europe, however, this trend d... (more)

#callGreece: Dignity for Citizens and Refugees?!

In the last months it has become quite silent on Greece media-wise. But is the less coverage also connected to the most urging issues in the last years – debt and refugees? We decided to activate our European netwo... (more)

Europe and Democracy

What is the price of democracy and who has to pay it? Is the EU an economic union or a physiological unity? After the Greek referendum Milan from Serbia shares his considerations on democracy. 

Many Shades of Left – Autonomously Green Athens

What do Europeans do when they have nothing left to lose? Do they find refuge in their own homes and cry over the injustice that got them or do they stand up and fight for what is theirs? Milan, a Serb currently living i... (more)