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Green action, Clean forests

Participation to this program hold by the Ministry

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Justice and the citizen: Civil,criminal and administrative justice. Three sectors-one objective

Staged at the Athens Concert Hall, in association with Megaron Plus, the event was dedicated to the memory of the eminent Greek jurist, citizen and active member of the Citizens’ Movement for an Open Society, the Honorary President of the Supreme Court, Stefanos Mathias. This truly distinctive occasion was one of the few times, perhaps the only time in fact, that the six senior functionaries involved in the administration of justice in Greece and

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Justice and the citizen- Civil, criminal and anministrative justice

2/2010

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Justice from the perspective of the citizen

A question-and-answer forum in which two three-member panels were selected, one putting questions, the other answering them. The main points of the discussion were set out in a special publication issued immediately after the event. Participants: S. Matthias, Honorary President of the Supreme Court, member of the Board of the Citizens’ Movement I. Mandrou (Ms) and G. Marinos, journalists L. A. Sissilianos,Associate Professor at the University of

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Appeal to the government and political parties following the shooting of a high-school student during demonstrations and the ensuing violence across the country

The Citizens’ Movement for an Open Society took a public stance against the ills of Greek society, proposing specific measures that should be taken. Members of the Movement composed an electronic petition signed by more than 800 people and sent to 1.500 recipients.

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Ethnic tensions and violent episodes

The Citizens’ Movement condemned the incidents in a letter to the Greek Ombudsman, G. Kaminis.

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Statement in light of impending student elections

The Citizens' Movement and the Citizens' Union Paremvassi co-signed a statement in which they streesed the importance of the forthcoming University elections to the quality and future of tertiary education

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NGO Accountability Charter

In 2006 eleven major international NGOs publicly put their names to a vital commitment, under the title "International Non- Governmental Organizations Accountability Charter" Whithin just two years, at the prompting of the Citizens' Movement for an Open Society, the text of this commitment had been translated into greek and lodged with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a "Charter Pledging the Social Responsibility and Accountability of Non- Governmental

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Refugees and minorities – the difficulty of integration

A public debate on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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(Greek) Εκδήλωση για τον Σπήλιο Παπασπηλιόπουλο