Demographic decline

The prediction that, in the next two decades, the population of Greece may have decreased by almost a million is, unfortunately, no longer surprising. 

It illustrates yet again the need to direct more resources to services that support the family, but also more broadly: to policies that favor the repatriation of the recent emigrants displaced by the economic crisis.

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