Collective memory in the driver’s seat

Spikes in tension between Athens and Berlin during Greece’s 10-year financial crisis caused a dip in German car sales in areas that suffered from Nazi atrocities during the Second World War, according to a study published in the American Political Science Review.

Youth point to inflation as top concern

Skyrocketing prices followed closely behind by human rights, economic and social inequalities, the energy crisis and unemployment are the top concerns of young people, according to a recent survey by Metron Analysis, which was conducted on behalf of the Cultural Society of Entrepreneurs of Northern Greece.

UNICEF: Eight out of 10 youths have seen other children’s rights violated

A whopping 82% of teenagers and young people say that they have witnessed a violation of another child’s rights, while only a small number of youngsters are sufficiently informed about their rights, as stated in the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, a poll for UNICEF Greece showed. 

Hiring of private managers gains traction

One in two Greeks consider the hiring of private managers in the Single Social Security Entity (EFKA) to be the right move and believe it should be extended to other problematic public sector departments, according to a Pulse survey. 

Us, them and the media

Almost a month ago, when Turkey’s MetroPoll published a survey on how the Turkish public views Greece, many Greeks were surprised.

Data show toll of financial crisis on young people

Data from a survey published on Thursday examining the impact of the financial crisis in Greece of the previous decade showed a decline in the number of young people aged 25-29 from 2008 to 2019 (from 16,937 to 7,971).

Deconstructing Athens

Experts will present the findings of a two-year study on the future livability and sustainability of Greece’s capital, home to more than 3 million inhabitants, during an event at the Serafeio Conference Center on Thursday.

Greeks divided over EU sanctions against Russia, survey shows

Only 29 percent of Greeks approve of the European Union’s response to Russia’s war against Ukraine, according to a Eurobarometer survey in all member states published on Thursday. The same poll shows a vast majority of respondents are in favor of providing humanitarian support to the victims of war.