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Radical administrative reform as a prerequisite for the country’s development

Speakers : Prof. Nikiforos Diamantouros, European Ombudsman; Emeritus Professor of comparative politics at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Athens Mr. Yiannis Boutaris, Mayor of Thessaloniki Mr. Haris Theoharis, Secreatary General for State revenues, and Mr. Charidimos Tsoukas, Professor at the University of Cyprus and at Warwick University Mr. Charalambos Dolkas, Chairman of the Board of the Directors

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The National Health Service needs to change, not to be abolished

ELIAMEP, IOBE, KANTOR, the Citizens Movement, Transparency International – Greece and Megaron Plus  jointly organized a public debate on: “The National Health Service needs to change, not to be abolished”. Speakers were : Stefanos Geroulanos, Professor of Surgery and former  Professor of History of Medicine, President of Citizens Movement Constantinos Evripides, CEO of GENESIS Pharma S.A. Elias Mossialos, Professor of Health Policy at

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Greek Universities: The complete makeover

Speakers were: Stathis Kalyvas, Professor of Political Science at Yale University Vasso Kinti, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Athens Charalambos Moutsopoulos, Emeritus Professor, Medical School of Athens Vassilis Papazoglou, Professor of Naval Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, ex-Special Secretary, Ministry of Education Euripidis Stefanou, Dean of the Faculty of Sciences, University of Crete and Professor

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More measures or overall reform for an effective tax system?

Haris Kyriazis, Vice President of Hellenic Federation of Enteprises (SEV) Vasilis Rapanos, Professor at the University of Athens, ex-President of National Bank of Greece. Speakers: Giorgos Stathakis, Member of Parliament Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) – Professor, University of Crete Dimitris Stamatopoulos, General Tax Manager – Ministry of Finance, General Secretariat for Taxation and Customs Issues

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Towards an economically viable and socially equitable pension system

Speakers were Mr. Panagis Vourloumis (former President of OTE), Professor Miltiades Nektarios (University of Piraeus, former Governor of the Social Security Foundation), Mr. Rovertos Spyropoulos (Governor of the Social Security Foundation) and Dr. Platon Tinios (University of Piraeus). The discussion was moderated by Kantor’s CEO Mr. Costas Kastrinakis. The debate of 4 October 2012 took place at the Athens Concert Hall

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The exploitation of our national wealth: Challenges for the State and its citizens

 The exploitation of our national wealth: Challenges for the State and its citizens

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Towards a more efficient State

Speakers were:  Tasos Yiannitsis (Interior Minister),  Jenny Bloomfield (Ambassador of Australia in Greece),  Panagiotis Karkatsoulis (Professor at the National School  of Public Administration), Zorzeta Lali (Head of Taskforce in Greece), and Kalliopi Spanou (The Greek Ombudsman). Charalambos Ntolkas (President of the Board of Directors, Kantor) moderated the discussion which took place on Tuesday 3 April 2012 at 18.00 at the War Museum

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Institution’s quality and iniquity

ELIAMEP, IOBE, KANTOR. Citizens’ Movement and Transparency International Greece organized a debate on ‘Institutions quality and iniquity’. The event took place on Tuesday 6 March 2012 in the War Museum

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Using public property

On 21 February 2012 ELIAMEP, IOBE, KANTOR, Citizens Movement and Transparency International organized a public debate entitled: ‘Using public property’

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Change in Europe and in Greece

Almost one year after the 31st May 2011 Conference “A year after the crisis: Adjustment in Greece and the Eurozone” organised at the European Parliament, in Brussels, by the GREEK CENTRE OF EUROPEAN STUDIES & RESEARCH (EKEME), TEPSA and ECEFIL, a Conference is planned in Athens, in [20th] February 2012, by EKEME and CITIZENS’ MOVEMENT FOR AN OPEN SOCIETY to discuss “Change in Europe and in Greece”. This new Conference aims to review

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