U.S. EMBASSY ATHENS is pleased to support the "5 Years of Impact"event for the five-year anniversary of the establishment of Impact Hub Athens which changed the sphere of social entrepreneurship in Greece.
US experts in the field of empowering civil society and sustainable technological innovation, together with their Greek and European colleagues, will speak and offer workshops during the three-day event.
Interested in being part of the startup economy?
Join the Panorama of Entrepreneurship & Career Development from March 29 - March 31, 2019 at the Megaron!
With more than 240 speakers and 5,500 participants, Panorama is one of the largest youth entrepreneurship and employability events in Greece.
The 4th Global Agripreneurs Summit will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece on September 7-11, 2019 within the context of the Thessaloniki International Fair, the most important exhibition event in Greece with more than 263,000 visitors and inaugurated every year by the Prime Minister.
ELEPAP –REHABILITATION FOR THE DISABLED
CME - CPD for the 10 years operation of the
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND REHABILITATION UNIT FOR BRAIN INJURY ELEPAP
proudly announced the
2nd Brain Injury Conference:
The Holistic Neuropsychological Approach
March 29-30, 2019
Ethniki Asfalistiki Conference Center
(103-105, Syngrou Avenue, Athens)
#DisinfoWeek Europe is a series of strategic dialogues focused on the global challenge of disinformation. Public events will take place in Athens on March 4, in Madrid on March 5, and in Brussels on March 7-8, 2019. The Atlantic Council, together with U.S. Missions and Embassies in Europe, is delighted to invite you to join us for these discussions.
A legendary play, forever associated with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton thanks to the film of the same name, is to be staged from December 12 - at the Onassis Stegi as a “living museum” of behaviours from decades past.
The Benaki Museum, the U.S. Embassy Athens and the British Council are organizing the conference "THE CO-MUSEUM: Synergies, Coalitions and Partnerships between museums, cultural initiatives, civil society and beyond"
The American director of the award-winning “My Architect” arrives in Athens to present his new documentary and discuss with the public about the relationship of the movies with real life, visual art, architecture and art as a whole.
If each artwork has its own price, then who decides about it? And if the modern artistic world is now tuned into a ruthless stock market, who is to blame? Provocative questions along with revealing answers will be provided by Nathaniel Khan with his documentary “The Price of Everything”, which will be screened at the 24th Athens Film Festival - Premiere Nights.