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Amagi Radio

Amagi Radio was founded in 2012 by Maria Tsakos and Kyriakos Athanasiadis. It started broadcasting in 15 October of that year. It is interested in politics, culture and music and broadcasts over the internet. It broadcasts from Athens and from Thessaloniki. Amagi is set emphatically against nationalism, xenophobia,racism, sexism, and political violence. Amagi means freedom.


Free Thinking Zone

Free Thinking Zone is a concept bookstore for the contemporary art and thinking.

Located in Athens but attracting readers from all over Greece it is a landmark for freedom loving thinkers. It hosts the KEFIM and ACRO publications.

Skoufa 64 str & Grivaion, Athens, Greece

Call +30 21 0361 7461


Youth Business Network

YBN , is a network  of young people active around the world aimed to contribute to competitiveness and regional growth through an entrepreneurial mind-set in the next generation.

“Our mission is to promote measures and mechanisms for youth entrepreneurship, to influence the policy of national institutions, and promote a culture among young people of job creation rather than job seeking.”

http://greece.ybn.club/


Nudge Unit Greece (NUG)

Nudge Unit Greece’s mission is to promote Behavioral Economics in Greek Society and show how effective can be the ‘nudge’ approach. Its team comprises of  5 main experts (economists and psychologists that live and work abroad and 3 experienced academics and professionals at the branch of Behavioral Economics that live and work abroad. The team aims to create a network of people that participate in research and interventions (nudges) that will try to solve the multitude of social, political and environmental problems in Greece.

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Free Thinking Zone

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Nudge Unit Greece