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A Glorious Night for Freedom: PROMETHEUS Awards 2018

With great success, the Center for Liberal Studies – Markos Dragoumis (KEFiM) awarded the PROMETHEUS Awards for Freedom on Monday 17 December for the second consecutive year – an initiative that aims to reward individuals, whose work or activities symbolize the values of liberalism. Prometheus represents a basic principle of liberalism, according to which the…

“Greece 2021 – Agenda for Freedom and Prosperity” presentation

The Center for Liberal Studies – Markos Dragoumis (KEFiM) presented “Greece 2021 – Agenda for Freedom and Prosperity” reform proposals. The presentation took place on 11 & 12 April and was hosted at the Old Parliament Hall. Thursday, April 11 Friday, April 12 Photo gallery of the event. Download KEFiM’s reform proposals here.

KEFiM sent its reform proposals to the Prime Minister

Following the reference of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to KEFiM, during his speech at the meeting of the SYRIZA Committee on Saturday 13 April, KEFiM’s President Alexander Skouras sent the Prime Minister the “Greece 2021 – Agenda for Freedom and Prosperity” project reform proposals. See the Prime Minister’s speech here: https://bit.ly/2Uk6Twf

KEFiM in Soir 3 report on greek unemployment and brain drain

Unemployment in Greece fell below 20%. It remains however very high among young people who continue to leave the country to find jobs in other European countries. (Source: francetvinfo.fr) Nicos Rompapas, KEFiM’s Executive Director, was interviewed in a report by the French Soir 3 TV show and the second largest French public television channel France 3…

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KEFiM takes part in the Open Government Partnership

For the first time this year, the Center for Liberal Studies – Markos Dragoumis (KEFiM), among other prominent civil society organizations, co-signs a letter to the Minister of Administrative Reform on the course of Greece’s participation in the Open Government Partnership (OGP) OGP is an initiative that brings together governmets, reformers and civil society leaders…